Did you know that in 2008, scientists discovered that spiders use their webs to think? From webs to bees to trees, we are constantly discovering exciting new ways that thought, communication and perception happen in the natural world which would have seemed alien to us a short time ago. How do we humans perceive the world through our own connections?
- Rev. SierraLynne White- “Universal Worship”
This special service from the Sufi tradition incorporates joyous song, candles, and ritual as it deeply honors the world's major faith and wisdom traditions, and recognizes the unity of religious values and ideals beyond distinctions and differences.
"End of Life" Group - “A Thousand Years”…a millennium of collective experience for fourteen members of our congregation that meet monthly as the “End of Life” group. During this service they will share some of their explorations into the questions of life, aging, death, and the pursuit of happiness.
“Will the Real Yoga Please Stand Up?”: Yoga is a complex system which is being brought in bits and pieces to the United States. Rev. Alex McGee led us in an exploration of how UUs can understand and practice yoga while respecting Hindu and Indian culture. Alex suggests how it can enhance our spiritual lives and provide sustenance during dark nights of the soul. Listen to sermon.