In these difficult current times in America, we need a new form of national conversation. A form based upon a different way of thinking about our conflicting issues, and a new manner in which we talk about them with each other. This talk will explore both of these two needs.
Who is Randy Bell? : Randy is a spiritual teacher, and the author of 14 books and two blogs. He follows an independent spiritual path, based primarily on the teachings of Jesus, the Buddha, and Lao Tsu. In addition to his writings, he serves as a speaker, session leader, and meditation teacher from over 40 years as a Zen meditator.
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Rabbi TZiPi Radonsky returns to UUCL with a service titled: Before we move on, lets pause one more time, to make sure we got everything we need for the journey.
The service began with our UUCL Ritual of Renewal
Later, Rev. Hood shared three streams of thought that have taken over his mind in the past eight days since the passing of Ron Titus.
12/30/2018 Service "Sourcing Life In The Music Of John Prine" Rev. Pat Jobe with Rev. Charlie Tyler *Audio File*
In an emotional service, taking place one day after the tragic passing of long time member Ron Titus, Rev. Jobe and Rev. Tyler minister to a congregation in shock.
12/23/2018 Service "The Poignant Work Of Ministry And A Krishna Christmas" Rev. Pat Jobe *Audio File*
Born of a virgin as a star shown on his birthplace, attended by keepers of livestock, the Hindu God Krishna has a little to offer a world hungry for peace and love. Also it is a wonderful time of year to present a present to our minister, a little understanding and appreciation. Thank you, Jim Morrison.
We usually think of ourselves as the receiver from sources around us. But we can be a source to others- a source of inspiration and even a little joy. Come find out how.
12/9/18 Service - Bring a Friend to Church Sunday: "Gifts: Wished for; Received; Given" Rev. Jim Morrison *Audio File*
Join us for our Bring a Friend to Church Sunday Service.
Giving is a blessing. Everything we are carries the potential to do good. We want our gifts to “do good”, for ourselves, for those we care about and for our world. Perhaps there is a source that could direct our giving so that in the end our gifts helped shape hope, joy, peace, and love within our world.
12/2/18 Service: "The Oil, The Monkey and The Gifts of the Universe" Rev. Charlie Tyler *Audio File*
There Are Real Benefits to Cultivating the Awareness and Practice of Gratitude in Your Life. This is Good News not Fake News. Come, listen and learn with us.