Looking for some hope and some grounding in these chaotic times? Please join us for a special UUSC Sunday worship service guided by the Reverends Jacqueline Brett, Ned Wight, and Aisha Ansano. Together we will journey around the world, grounded in courage and gathered in justice to hear from of UUSC partners.
It is all around us and inside of us.
But in the words of poet John O'Donohue:
Beauty is mysterious, a slow presence who waits for the ready, expectant heart.
Why is it so hard to see?
In this service we will also celebrate Mother’s Day with a Flower Communion.
We live in a society that reveres perfect beauty and yet there is no beauty without brokenness. Or brokenness without beauty. How does our faith call us to embrace it all with love?
In her book The Body Is Not An Apology, Sonya Renee Taylor teaches us to practice radical self-love. In this service we explore how this connects with our Unitarian Universalist values.
Please join us as we gather in silence for a time of meditation in the sanctuary and on our grounds. Suggestions for meditation will be provided. Instrumental music and contemplative video images will accompany those of us who choose to sit in the sanctuary or join us on Zoom. Following the service, there will be a time of fellowship and light refreshments. Please bring a snack to share!