Our First Principle is probably the most beloved by Unitarian Universalists, but detecting the ideal of inherent worth and dignity in day-to-day life can be elusive. Rev. Jann Halloran will explore Anne Lamott’s new book, Almost Everything, Notes on Hope, as a way to remind … read more.
The Rev. Jann Halloran will explore the book, Ishmael, An Adventure of the Mind and Spirit, by Daniel Quinn, the story of a gorilla who appears to teach truth about the story of the Earth and humanity’s impact upon it. Learning Hour for all-ages afterwards.
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A faith community celebrates not only the care, learning and action created through personal relationships–it also celebrates the life-giving connection to what Rev. Jann Halloran calls the vertical dimension: the Spirit.
There is something that makes us more than the sum of our parts. Love, … read more.
The Rev. Jann Halloran turns to ideas developed by Unitarian Universalist religious educator Kim Sweeney, who has found that traditional forms of Sunday School no longer work for children, families or adults. Rev. Jann believes we learn how to be Unitarian Universalist through worship, … read more.
We’ll continue with the Eight Pillars of Joy from THE BOOK OF JOY. On July 29, we’ll turn our attention to focusing on compassion and generosity. We hope you will join us.
We’ll continue with the Eight Pillars of Joy from THE BOOK OF JOY. On July 22, we’ll turn our attention to focusing on gratitude. We hope you will join us.
Join us as we delve in to tips on connecting with nature to create real transformation in life.
Join us for a Father’s Day service that will honor all the aspects of fathering. Our High School Youth Campers also will give us a report on their summer camp. Eric Moon will provide special music.
The Rev. Jann Halloran will explore the many ways that Unitarian Universalists are counter-cultural, and how recognizing that we are swimming in our culture can help us get up on shore to develop our hearts and our spirits. Eric Moon will provide special music.