Today’s Unitarian Universalist congregations, our own included, include both people who identify as Christian and people who have fled from Christian institutions that harmed them emotionally, spiritually, and physically. How do we worship together, celebrating our own and our shared spiritual journeys, when the very … read more.
As humans, the struggles in our lives can leave physical, emotional or spiritual wounds that need mending. Our resilience can be enhanced when we accept that all of us have been broken in some ways, and that the history of our healing adds to our … read more.
Let our shared stories be a source of strength. We will explore journeys of spiritual and physical healing.
Music has a remarkable power to acknowledge our deepest agonies, to carry us through our grief, and to connect us viscerally to the hope we need to carry on. Come be surrounded and filled by music intended to heal your soul and expand your heart … read more.
The Rev. Jane Dwinell and her husband, Sky Yardley, have been living with dementia since Sky’s diagnosis of probable early stage Alzheimer’s in August 2016. In their quest to deal with this diagnosis in a positive manner, they started a blog, alzheimerscanyon.blogspot.com, and are taking … read more.
Our theme this month is healing – as individuals, as a community, and as a nation/world. We all experience hurt and suffering throughout our lives yet asking for help can be difficult. The church is here to support the healing we long for and deserve. … read more.