Topic: Resilience

Deeper into the Well

The world around us grows more divisive and draining. We find ourselves as ‘consumer’ even as we feel ourselves as one of the things being consumed! We are longing for a dimension of depth in our living. We hope to see you in person! Our COVID policy has been suspended and masking is now optional. … Continue reading Deeper into the Well


Resilience is our capacity to “bounce back” from the hard things we experience. As science studies this vital capacity which helps us endure and thrive, we are learning concrete ways we can increase our resilience as individuals and as a community. Together we will consider: how can we be more resilient, and how can we … Continue reading Resilience

Compost Happens

We all deal with a lot of “compost” in our lives, and how we choose to respond is just as important – if not more important – than what actually happens to us.    We can either spend our lives being miserable, playing the victim, blaming ourselves, blaming others, or complaining about the unfairness of … Continue reading Compost Happens

A World Is Dying, a World Is Being Born

This Sunday we listen to a prophetic and powerful sermon that is prerecorded. The original context of the sermon was Rosh Hashana, a few months ago. The theme of entering a new year fits for the time we are in now! Meeting ID: 979 8969 6520 Passcode: 183183Phone: +1 929 205 6099 Order of Service: … Continue reading A World Is Dying, a World Is Being Born

Forever Changed

Sexual assault is always a traumatic event and the effects often last a lifetime. As Unitarian Universalists, what can we do to change the culture of rape? This service and the “Forgiveness and Child Abuse” workshops will address difficult material that might be upsetting for some of you. Lynne Theophanis, MSW, has agreed to serve … Continue reading Forever Changed

Because We All Have Wings When did you learn about your resilience? When were you fooled into believing you could not rise? Your power is not found in never falling down, it is instead found in regularly rising back up.