Speaker: Janice Holloway

Needs

This Sunday we will continue our Summer Sharing Series of roundtable-style services. This week we are exploring the subject of a person’s needs with the help of Grateful Living Gratitude Cards. These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; active listening is … Continue reading Needs

Generosity

This Sunday we will continue our Summer Sharing Series of roundtable-style services. This week we are exploring the subject of generosity with the help of Grateful Living Gratitude Cards. These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; active listening is welcome too. … Continue reading Generosity

Gifts

This Sunday we will continue our Summer Sharing Series of roundtable-style services. This week we are exploring the subject of gifts with the help of Grateful Living Gratitude Cards. These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; active listening is welcome too. … Continue reading Gifts

Joys

This Sunday we will begin our Summer Sharing Series of roundtable-style services. This week we are exploring the subject of joys with the help of Grateful Living Gratitude Cards. These services are designed to allow participants to share their thoughts if they choose to do so. Sharing is always voluntary; active listening is welcome too. … Continue reading Joys

And Service is Its Prayer

If you have been regularly attending a UU church, you know that social justice is something in which UU congregations actively engage. But what does it truly mean for us to make service a prayer? Is there a deeper meaning there? And more importantly, how are we changed if that is true? Join Rev. Matt as we continue exploring our Affirmation Statement for a discussion … Continue reading And Service is Its Prayer

The Quest for Truth is Our Sacrament

The second line of our Affirmation Statement is another statement that could serve as a motto for our congregations—and its words are one of the things that we are known for to other churches. But it is also a statement that comes with its own host of questions: is it the quest for truth, or the quest of truth? What does it mean that this is our “sacrament”? What does this look like for us as UUs? Join Rev. Matt for a continuing discussion … Continue reading The Quest for Truth is Our Sacrament