Upcoming Services & Sharing Circles
Sunday, May 19
, 11 a.m., Service: Our Faith as Spiritual Practice
The Rev. Munro Sickafoose
Many of us bring spiritual practices from other faiths or domains with us when we come to Unitarian Universalism. Some of these — like meditation, prayer, and ritual — are shared around the world in all kinds of settings, including our faith. Are there spiritual practices that are unique to us? How can Unitarian Universalism be a spiritual practice?
Sunday, May 26, 11 a.m., Sharing Circle:
Being an immigrant, we leave our cultural upbringing, longing for lives that are better, safer, freer, stronger, more loving, more rewarding, more defining, more something.
Being an immigrant, we take our cultural upbringing along with us, longing for belonging, for competence, for the familiar… longing for acceptance.
Each new beginning carries endings, and each ending already holds many beginnings. The immigrant experiences beginnings and endings, exploration and loss, discovery and grief.
Looking back at your spiritual journey, what did you leave behind to begin a new spiritual life? In your renewed spiritual life, what did you find?
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