Being a Unitarian Universalist is a work in progress. Our religious community is a laboratory of learning in which we help one another navigate the intimate and ultimate questions of existence and persevere through life’s challenges. What preparation do we need to make to embrace a faith without certainty and to sustain a community always in process?
Our monthly Vespers Service falls on February 14, offering the perfect excuse for us to relax into a deep and meditative experience of love’s riches in this half-hour of music, readings, and shared silence. Join Intern Minister Norman Allen and vocalist Jenny Lynn Moyer in the Chapel from 6:45-7:15 pm.
The service will explore the history and development of Khasi Unitarianism in Northeast India and its strong ties to Unitarian Universalism.
Together we will explore the power of perseverance. Life is full of curve balls, high highs and crushing losses. Sometimes, these events happen all at the same time leaving us feeling drained, exhausted and like we can’t go on. But we can and we don’t have to do this work alone. Let us join in activating our collective perseverance.
It can be difficult to discern when we’re being driven by the expectations of others and when we’re responding to our own, deep-seated sense of self and purpose. As we explore this month’s theme of Intention, we’ll listen for the “still, small voice” within, and learn to follow its call.