Sunday, June 27, 2021 - "Deliberate Healing" with Rev. Charlie Tyler. Also being streamed on our Facebook page.
To be and to become an active healer may be life's most important and meaningful goal. Deliberate healing is both universally broad and intimately personal.
Sunday, June 20, 2021. "And what do we do with miracles?" (10:00a.m.) a Live Streamed service with Rev. Pat Jobe (Live in Bluffton). The service is viewable on our Facebook page.
George Bernard Shaw was deeply cynical that anything was a miracle. Oral Roberts made millions convincing folks he could work miracles. Is there common ground? Is there something to be gained from miracle stories, positive thinking, confident emotions?
Rev. Pat Jobe is back in the Bluffton pulpit after 15 months away and only showing up via video feed. On June 20, he is live and in person and talking about healing, especially the kind that appears to be miraculous.
Coming Soon: Sunday, June 13, 2021. "A Skeptic Looks at Healing" (10:00a.m.) a Live Streamed Service with Rev. Dick Hood. Viewable on our website and on our Facebook page.
Can we heal one another? Are there magic healing potions? How should a UU look at this age old religious and social tradition of healing?
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Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 10:00a.m. - A Live Streamed Service with Rev. Neal Jones. "Healing Childhood Wounds." Viewable on our website or on our Facebook page.
No one escapes childhood without wounds. As children, we had little say over how we were treated, but as adults, we can decide how much say our past may have in our present. We'll consider some practical things we can do to facilitate our healing of old wounds.
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