Tara recounts her spiritual awakening through tree planting in Canada's central interior, a common coming-of-age rite for many young people. She describes discovering her worth and dignity through a wonderful and dirty spiritual awakening, the growth and development of those spiritual principles through engaging in labour and environment activism, and her ultimate discovery of the interdependent web of existence in a time of looming ecological crisis and late-modern capitalism.
Truly multigenerational communities like ours are rarer and rarer these days. Today we'll explore the gifts and challenges of building strong multigenerational communities, how we can strengthen relationships in our own community, and the ways in which we all benefit from time with people of different ages and stages of life.
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This Valentine’s Day, let’s celebrate the many kinds of love and connection in our lives. We invite you to read a poem, tell a short personal story, give a reading, or sing a song in the spirit of love, friendship and connection. We also invite you to indulge in chocolate while attending this service online!
We often talk about Unitarian Universalism as a transformational faith - and yet to be transformed means to take a risk. How is it that we are adverse to taking such risks when it comes to widening the circle of who we are as a community? Join Revs. Shana Lynngood and Samaya Oakley for a service that explores how we’ve failed and how we can learn from those failures to become the transformational faith we proclaim to be.
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