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I Believe

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on October 7th, 2018

In the midst of a national trauma, we need community and pastoral care for survivors and those who love them. For survivors, bearing witness to another's trauma can be both empowering and also trigger our own painful memories. It can leave us feeling vulnerable and raw. You are not alone. Join us for worship and togetherness.

 

 

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Envisioning Your Re-Kindled Spirit

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on October 1st, 2018

Listen to guest speaker Lorie Miller as we envision the importance of our presence in all the different relationships we have.

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Vision Quest

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on September 23rd, 2018

We continue with our monthly theme of "Vision" and explore how our personal lives are guided by our dreams, aspirations, and spiritual practices.  A Vision Quest is understood as a look into our soul, a special time of deep reflection when one is at a crossroads seeking spiritual direction and growth.  It is an invitation towards internal transformation and renewal. Come join us in a collective and interactive  "vision quest" to share our sources of inspiration and wisdom.

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Looks at Books

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, books by starrkinguu on August 28th, 2018

Today we will embrace our love of books and reading.  Bring a book to put upon the altar, and bring a different book home, as we celebrate our book communion.

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Monkey in My Family?

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on August 28th, 2018

This summers readers theater is a riff on the infamous Scopes trial in 1925 which pitted science and evolution against fundamentalism. How was Unitarian Universalism involved? Come and listen. I think you will enjoy the results.

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In or Out: Belonging in an Age of Borders

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on August 10th, 2018

Rev. Leela Sinha is a minister and a lifelong UU with a theology of pleasure and a deep love of well-channeled intensity. After four years in the parish in Oregon and Maine, they decided to move into the community, having discovered that scores of people were unwilling to darken our doors, but still needed our ministry. Their book, "You're Not Too Much", explores and celebrates the role of intense people in a world designed for moderation. They coach, preach, and teach from their home in the Bay Area.

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On the Spot

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on August 2nd, 2018
Presented by Worship Committee and SKIT
Join us for our annual improvised service, where many of the service elements will be made up on the spot.  A fun service, where you never know what to expect.  Come for something new and surprising.
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Worship: Behind the Scenes

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on July 18th, 2018

How do we put together worship services that speak to our complex spiritual, aesthetic, intellectual, moral, musical selves? Meet our Worship Committee and hear their stories about creating the Beloved Community.

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Embracing the Human Spirit

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on July 8th, 2018

Guest speaker Lorie Miller will tell a children's story from her life experience that is inspirational to people of all ages.  Then her sermon will be based on passages from the book "The Art of Racing in the Rain" from which we will learn how to empower ourselves and live a better life.

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Filling the Sanctuary with Words

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, poetry by starrkinguu on July 1st, 2018

We will be celebrating our joyful relationship with words with poetry readings.  Original poems written by Bob Britton, Rene Castle, and Glen Jacob will be read by them.  There will also be poetry readings by Terri Owen and Kirk Smith.

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