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  • To Savor the World or Save it? – Rev. Stephan Papa

    Our former minister will return to our pulpit to explore the relationship between social action and spirituality. People tend to emphasize one or the other as if they are polar opposites; they are not. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. demonstrated the importance of both, but how do we in our lives? Is pursuing spirituality just a way to avoid changing yourself or society? Do you experience the call to social justice as being more shaming than inspiring? MLK said we need to “reestablish the spiritual ends of our lives in personal character and social justice.” How will you do that? What will your role be in the revolution?

    Child Care and Religious Exploration

  • We Are the Ones We've Been Waiting For

    We close out our month of rebellion with a celebratory social justice Sunday. Learn about community organizing in the valley and what you can do to be a part of it. Welcome and celebrate all of our social justice advocates, and especially our social justice coordinators Judy Feinsinger and Paul Holsinger!

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Extended Table – Feed The Hungry

    Volunteers are needed for the Extended Table meal, to prepare and serve food, set up, and clean up. Please sign up at any TRUU service.

  • Still Waters Run Deep

    This is our month of rest. It is an old negro spiritual saying that ‘still waters run deep’ – the idea that while there is stillness at the top of a mighty river, there is a lot of power moving underneath that belies the calm surface. What keeps you calm and in touch with your inner power? Come explore this theme with a healing art project. Be ready for a tactile service with Rev. Shawna Foster!

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • How Did Our Forebears Rest?

    Explore the literary heritage of Unitarian Universalism as we visit Walden’s Pond and The Leaves of Grass…how did our religious forebears rest in times of turmoil? Join Rev. Shawna Foster for a service of deep reflection and contemplation.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • The Crack in Everything: The Theology of Leonard Cohen

    Of the great songwriters of our time, Leonard Cohen was perhaps the most spiritual. He spent five years in a Zen monastery. His songs are cryptic koans, about the contradictions of seeking light, love and justice in a dark and fallen world, while holding onto humor and hope. Songwriter Steve Brooks sings and unravels several of his favorites, while he explores their lessons for surviving the New Dark Age.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Resting on the Range

    We are blessed with an abundance of nature to rest. Contemplate nature and its restorative powers and enjoy the wonderful tunes of the Cowboy Choir as they sing to us about ways we all can rest on the range.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Cindy Pincus Returns!

    Cindy Pincus joins us again to talk about restoration of the soul on this labor day.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Of the many waters; one

    Bring water from your journeys, your homes, your sacred places for a four-part ritual to bring them together and make them a sacred one. A most moving ritual service for Unitarian Universalists and one you won’t want to miss with Rev. Shawna Foster!

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Evolution of Worship

    Styles of worship has changed over the eons, from human sacrifices to jumbotrons flashing rock bands. What does the evolution in the forms of worship say about the human quest for meaning, and how do we fit in? Join Rev. Shawna Foster and worship associate Chris Coyle as we engage in a worship to figure this all out.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Evolution of Worship

    Styles of worship has changed over the eons, from human sacrifices to jumbotrons flashing rock bands. What does the evolution in the forms of worship say about the human quest for meaning, and how do we fit in? Join Rev. Shawna Foster and worship associate Chris Coyle as we engage in a worship to figure this all out.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell

  • Evolution of Worship

    Styles of worship has changed over the eons, from human sacrifices to jumbotrons flashing rock bands. What does the evolution in the forms of worship say about the human quest for meaning, and how do we fit in? Join Rev. Shawna Foster and worship associate Chris Coyle as we engage in a worship to figure this all out.

    Child Care and Religious Exploration with Heather Rydell