Topic: philosophy

Which route is right?

Do all religious and spiritual paths lead to the same destination? With bits of philosophy, history, religion, and spirituality Reverend Teresa Leary explores this question in the context of Unitarian Universalism.

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

James Luther Adams

What can renowned theologian James Luther Adams teach us today about our own Unitarian Universalism? Join Rev. Tracie as she tells about one of our “ancestors” of our faith. 

Mabon

Join Minister Teresa Leary as she shares her exploration of the mythology and history of the deity Mabon as well as a few of the reasons and ways modern pagans celebrate the harvest Sabbat.

Overcoming Barriers to Truth in Social Justice and Equity Endeavors

A basic teaching in spiritual and religious systems, truth also plays a pivotal role in our social justice endeavors. Two modern developments—attachment to identity and adversarial framework of human relationship (Hobbesianism)—have done much to create barriers that make our access to truth difficult. The difficulty can be as much internal as it is external. Guidance … Continue reading Overcoming Barriers to Truth in Social Justice and Equity Endeavors

Journey Back to Faith

Join Minister Teresa Leary this Sunday as she guides us through her journey back to faith. Through a lens touched by spirituality, nurtured by Unitarian Universalism, and expressed by past and present literary figures. Worship leader, Judy Raymond, will guide us through the service.