Speaker: Judy Raymond

Cherish

This Sunday we will continue our Summer Sharing Series of roundtable-style services. This week we are exploring the subject of what we cherish in life 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 … Continue reading Cherish

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

Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Join us as Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown illuminates the life of pioneering and legendary Black musician and activist Sister Rosetta Tharpe.  Learn how a talented, visionary, young girl born in 1915 in Cotton Plant, Arkansas, became a groundbreaking recording artist, singer, songwriter, and guitarist who popularized Black gospel music and revolutionized rock ‘n’ roll.  Although sidelined from … Continue reading Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Intimacy with All Things

Join us this Sunday as the amazing Rev Mariela Perez-Simons takes the pulpit for a beautiful service when she will look at our experience from Isolation to Co-Regulation. And discuss reclaiming our sacred connections through animism and kinship.

Seeds for the New Year

Mosaic will enjoy a small group ministry-style service.  The topic of the morning is “Seeds for the New Year” and is offered by the UUA’s Worship Web.  Suggested for your consideration are the following food-for-thought questions: What seeds are you planting for the new year? How are you weaving your magic into your relationships with others? … Continue reading Seeds for the New Year

So, are you enlightened yet?

Tell someone you’re Buddhist and they’ll likely ask, “So, are you enlightened yet?”  To be honest, it’s not an easy question to answer–the word enlightenment means different things in different contexts. But like other religions, Buddhism has a desired outcome, and that’s often expressed as enlightenment.  In this talk, Sensei Morris Doshin Sullivan will share … Continue reading So, are you enlightened yet?