Using a personal experience during solo-traveling in New Zealand, TZiPi will integrate Hebrew Wisdom, Christian teaching and Lakota medicine wisdom into a drash to inspire and leave you curious to know you more.
The Sunday service scheduled for September 15 will be presented by James Evans. The topic will review the life and theology of Albert Schweitzer, his contribution "Reverence for Life" and how this foreshadowed the Seven Principles.
This service was live streamed and recorded. Due to technical issues the opening of the service is not available.
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September 8, 2019 Due to the unknown impacts from Hurricane Dorian - this Service has been Cancelled.
From Our Pastoral Minister
Rev. Charlie Tyler
SHOULD I GO OR SHOULD I STAY!
That song from the 80s seems appropriate for this storm. And while many of us are uncertain about the choices we need to make, there is one thing that is true. When this storm passes, as all storms do, we will be stronger because of it. We will be stronger together and we will take that strength into our personal lives. Trust your intuition. Listen to that voice inside you that asks
“I wonder how they are doing” and make that call. Follow your best thoughts and stay safe.
Until we are together again,Charlie
No matter who you are or where you come from your own personal experience of awe will secure you to your own personal understanding of the universe. This truth begins to lay the ground work for the Principles of Unitarian Universalism. Lets get started, shall we?
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“Wonder is the heaviest element on the periodic table. Even a tiny fleck of it stops time.”
― Diane Ackerman
“The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us -- there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteries.”
― Carl Sagan, Cosmos
“To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour.”
― William Blake, Auguries of Innocence
Singing: Why some people love it and why others panic at the thought. What's so great about singing anyway?
After the service on August 25th, Tom Tyre facilitated a special community sing called "Sing UBUNTU: A Come As You Are Song Gathering."
What was this all about?
A Community Sing
For the sheer JOY of it
Come as you are. No experience needed.
All songs will be taught “by ear”
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August 18, 2019 Service: “Every Long Journey” Rev. Linda Slabon with Dr. Toni Tollerud *Audio and Video*
Curiosity is a gift but to act on it requires courage. Empathy is a skill and to learn it enables us to move from a place of shame to a place of compassion and courage. Come listen to the voices of curiosity, empathy, and courage in the songs we sing, in the meditative music of crystal tone bowls, and in the words of Rev. Linda’s sermon, “Every Long Journey.”
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August 11, 2019 Service: "An Openness To Changing The World?" Rev. Pat Jobe with Special Guest Rev. Gary Phillips *Audio and Video*
Since UU's have always done it, let's look at ways to change the world one more time. White privilege, white supremacy, white culture still dog the steps of persons of color in an America marred by mass incarceration, police violence, racial discrimination in housing, employment, education, medical care, and simply the ways we see each other. Two white preachers who cut their teeth in the civil rights struggles of their high school days will ask us again into the arena of social change. Rev. Gary Phillips and Rev. Pat Jobe, friends for 49 years, will share stories and thoughts from the black-brown-white structures of history and modern life.
Our life journey may be narrow... and safe. Or wide open...and a bit scary. A hallway or the front door?
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Loving our family is easy….. most of the time. Loving our friends is sometimes probably even easier, but why do several traditions teach us to love our enemy. Doesn’t it seem far-fetched? Do we really need to actually love our enemies, or does this phrase actually mean something even more essential about the process by which we can save our culture from its most villainous threat? What exactly then is this threat, and how do we define it and combat it?
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Rev. Pat Jobe returns to ask us unto what are we paying attention? Are we burdened by news reports of horrors? Are we light and free when we see a dew drop clinging to a blade of grass? How do we balance the social conscious of Clara Barton against the mystic blue persuasion of William Blake?
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