The first in a several part series on significant stories from the world's religions, we'll reflect on the story of Adam, Eve, and the Garden of Eden, with insights drawn from Jewish teachings and interpretations.
Of the many poets quoted in Unitarian Universalist services, Mary Oliver was perhaps the most beloved. With several entries in our “Singing the Living Tradition” hymn book, her words have become almost "sacred scripture" to many UUs. In the wake of Mary Oliver's recent death in January at age 83, we'll reflect on some of her core messages, and how we can integrate them into our lives and our congregations.
At the heart of finding meaning at the end of life is gratitude. It’s easy to feel grateful when things are going well, but could we be grateful even for this time?
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Our 7th Unitarian Universalist Principle calls us to respect the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Our scientific awareness of interdependence continues to grow, and the mystery of trees -- their communication, their strength and resilience, their beauty -- is one beautiful part of that interdependence.
Gather round, young and old! The Jr. Youth and Religious Explorers invite you to a "Campfire Service". Join us for a Sunday service with a twist, where the young people of UUCD warm your hearts with stories, songs, skits and reflection. Linger after the service for campfire-inspired treats and fellowship.
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