In celebration of the artists within our community — writers, poets, painters, sewers, dancers, musicians and more -- and the spark of creativity within each of us, we´ll explore the trials and tribulations of nurturing our creative sides. You are invited to bring a piece of your art (or an image) to share.
"Paying it forward" is something we all may say or hear from time to time, but is there more to it? From the small acts like paying for someone’s coffee behind you in line to greater acts of love and generosity, what would it be like if we all lived this way more often, on both sides of giving and receiving?
Whether awaiting a diagnosis, hoping for a change that may come in your job or relationship status or any other number of areas in your life, or bigger questions like the future of the planet in the midst of climate change, uncertainty can produce a myriad of emotions. How can we live fully in the midst of uncertainty? We'll explore together.
Special Musical Guests: Sheila White and the Don Heights Singers
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Life is often described as a journey. As an ADHD family, our journey is anything but straightforward. We've learned to define success in our own way. A big part of our journey involves educating and de-stigmatizing ADHD for people who are not familiar with it and also in examining our own thoughts and beliefs about ADHD, behaviour, family interactions and parenting.
One of our Unitarian Universalist songs repeats "Return again. Return again. Return to the home of your soul." As we begin another year together at UUCD, what does it mean to look for and find a home, literally and figuratively? How can we create a sense of home for ourselves and one another?
Welcome back! An intergenerational event welcoming people back to UUCD Services for a new season! Of course, you may always bring a friend. Remember to collect samples of the water you meet on your travels this summer, including your own backyard.
Have a very Happy Summer!
At Burr Lodge - our annual Picnic (and BBQ) to celebrate Summer.
For many people today, belief in an omnipotent male or father God no longer holds sway; we are more comfortable with Mother Earth than Father God. In the midst of changing ideas about the feminine and masculine, what does sacred masculinity mean? What could a renewed understanding mean for us and our world, whether we are theist or atheist, pagan or spiritual but not religious?
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