Led by Gary Ezzell and Worship Associate, Amy McKlindon. Words like “worship”, “spirit”, “faith”, and “church” can be uncomfortable for some of us UUs, depending on our individual histories and philosophies. I’ll share some thoughts about how I have accommodated to words that trouble me, … read more.
Speaker: Gary Ezzell
Led by Gary Ezzell, with Worship Associate Sam Kirkland
At the heart of every religious and spiritual movement is the recognition that our sense of “separateness” is partially illusory. Nationally, we may be beginning the next 100-year cycle of emphasizing community over individualism. Let’s acknowledge that … read more.
There are many important milestones in our lives, and even during a pandemic, these thresholds continue. This Sunday we will breaking down three important ones: graduation/adulthood, family life, and retirement.
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Entire 5/17 Service:
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Poetry can touch the deepest part of us. Our theme for the month is awe, and several congregation members will share personal experiences and poems of awe and wonder. Come for a morning of expressing the inexpressible.
Children’s brains and adults’ brains process things differently. Our adult brains learn to be efficient and ignore much of what comes in. Children pay much more attention to everything around them and see surprising associations. It is not efficient, but it is wonder-full. Can our … read more.
The morality of Dr. Seuss as seen in his imaginary Truffula trees and Sneetches is supported by some real universals, such as how all living cells harness energy. Honesty, which is fundamental to science and morality, is also a universal … and as Dr. Seuss … read more.