We don’t have to be Zen masters or devout monks to be good at personal spiritual practice. We will examine what it means to take on a spiritual practice in order to achieve a sense of wholeness and satisfaction, to deepen our faith, and make … read more.
A service about the history and theology behind our own iconic UUCB labyrinth.
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Is baking just a hobby, something we do out of necessity during holidays are other important celebrations or can it be a spiritual practice? Join us to explore baking as a spiritual practice and learn about the secret ingredient necessary to transform your baking.
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I love a good story. Many stories have nourished my soul. Not all of them are profound or necessarily spiritual, although many are. This morning let me share a sampling of the better stories that have aided me in my journey.
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We can help save the planet by developing a new spiritual and environmental ethic built with elements of Indigenous, Shinto, Taoism and other Faiths.
Kiya Heartwood is an award-winning singer-songwriter and a composer. Kiya is a graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry, a Permaculture designer, … read more.
I don’t mean the writing style guide. I am talking about the elements of earth, air, fire, water, and spirit. The old taxonomy of the four (or five) elements is still informative and can serve to guide our spiritual growth.
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Annie Dillard used this phrase to describe herself in the 70’s. I find it a good descriptor for many UUs including myself. I partake of multiple spiritual sources in my search for the intimate and ultimate values in life.
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