We had a change of program. “What is Your Theology of Darkness” will be presented on May 9, so join us then! This week, our consulting minister, Pastor Stephanie Vos led us in a meditative, body based breathing and heartbeat practice. Settle in and get … read more.
Speaker: Stephanie Vos
Stephanie Vos is an artist, healer, and teacher. After leaving her career as a pastor in the ELCA, she pursued a professional life of writing and editing, as well as meditation and somatic therapy, and is now studying to become a doctor of chiropractic medicine. Her work has always focused on the mystery of dimensionality, the interconnectedness of community, and reimagining our relationship with the natural world.
One year we’ve been home, facing unprecedented changes, adjusting and not-adjusting, still with lots of uncertainty ahead. we’ll mark this anniversary with something counterintuitive but medicinal : delight. we’ll talk about what it means to have hope and how shaky times and bad news can … read more.
Learning requires vulnerability, wonder and awe require curiosity. How can we cultivate the humility to stay with ‘not knowing’ so that we can continue to appreciate and be amazed by the world, and the people, around us. Since it’s Valentine’s Day, we’ll also talk about … read more.
“A spiritual life is not – repeat not – a mental, intellectual experience. It is a prayerful, contemplative, mystical, reflective journey that, in fact, draws you out of your mental world.” – Caroline Myss
I know it’s dangerous to preach on anti-intellectualism to a group of UUs, … read more.
Despite a month of count-downs and calendars, shopping days slowly dwindling and the lists of preparations to be made, the first Christmas was a complete surprise, to nearly everyone involved. “Let every heart prepare him room” – there was a profound lack of room for … read more.