This week we'll explore our third source, "Wisdom from the world's religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life." As UUs, we value wisdom from many traditions. Some of us focus on one in particular as we deepen our own spiritual journey. Today we'll explore what "wisdom" means in a variety of world religions, and what that means for us as UUs as we seek wisdom in other religious traditions.
In our search for purpose and meaning, we yearn for the answers to our questions about why things happen and how they will play out. These answers are often only revealed one step at a time and our responsibility is to discern that next step. This Sunday, join Nicole as she shares how she has come to discern the direction of her call to ministry as a military chaplain.
From 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Join in this national Unitarian Universalist online service with people from across Canada. Hear words, music, and stories from UU ministers, musicians, and DREs from across the country as we worship together. Rev. Norm Horofker from the Universalist Unitarian Church of Halifax, with his ministerial colleagues, will lead a worship service for Canadians across the country and worldwide.
Please join us on Zoom: https://bit.ly/UUSundayService
Please Note Time Change from our regular Sunday service.
In the midst of the ordinary and extraordinary challenges of life, some of us are called to be caregivers, some of us need care, and most of us will be both givers and receivers of care to different degrees at some time in our lives. Caregiving, like motherhood, is complex and multifaceted. Caregiving can be as gruelling as it can be meaningful, and can sometimes require more of us than we think we can give. What can we learn about ourselves, others, and the world through acts of caring?
Breathe in… breathe out. It’s hard sometimes to just keep doing this most simple act when we’re struggling with an ever-present sense of overwhelm and uncertainty. When we don’t know what's coming next, we gulp that oxygen and hold it in, not sure when we’ll get to take another breath. How, amidst everything that is going on at the moment, do we keep breathing in peace, and breathing out love, together?
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