Anne shares insights from her year-long bi-weekly "My Year of Living Spiritually" blog (published in the United Church Observer) in which she experiments with a variety of spiritual practices - from hiring a 'soul coach', to setting up a home altar, toying with tarot, daily meditation, community drumming, creating a gratitude practice, consulting a shaman, forest bathing, reiki, hosting a death dinner, going on a pilgrimage, trying holotropic breathwork, getting a tattoo and dancing with witches at Unicamp. It was a whirlwind year! Come and hear how it changed her.
Water is a semi-renewable resource that will become increasingly scarce on this planet in the coming years. Examining your relationship and knowledge of water will enable you to deepen both your faith and your understanding.
What does the way we live our lives say about our values and priorities? How can we more closely align our values and our living? How can we live and love boldly as individuals and as a congregation?
Unitarian Universalist Congregations often contain a wide range of perspectives on beliefs and values few of which include the traditional meanings of Easter. Yet death and rebirth, suffering and deliverance are universal experiences. Through both prose and poetry, we hope to find meaning in this holiday.
We often think of social justice and spirituality as two different things. How can our care for one another and the world inform our spiritual lives, and our spirituality inform how we take action?
Reminder: Monthly Potluck is this Sunday!
It is challenging, at times, to understand what is at the core of our non-creedal tradition. How do the faith-filled and the skeptical, and everyone in between, come together to form a spiritual community?
Living with integrity can be a straightforward goal at times, but other times can be challenging and even get us into trouble. How do we live our values with integrity in a world where choices are multifaceted and complex?
Without Truth, there can be no Reconciliation-Senator Murray Sinclair. We'll cover the history and facts; the Truth; of relations between the Europeans/Settlers and Indigenous peoples of Canada. Looking at the Indian Act, the legacy of Residential Schools and the current reality that Indigenous people live in Canada, listeners will have the building blocks to form their own ideas on how to move forward towards right relations.
In our tradition, we honour each person's spiritual journey. This means not that our theology doesn't matter, but that it matters enough to devote time and intention in exploring it all our lives. Today we'll hear diverse theological voices from within our congregation and Unitarian Universalism.
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