In this Earth Day Service, we will explore our 7th Principle, the interconnected web of all existence of which we are a part. We inhale, and exhale, again and again countless times every day. Inhale…at what point does air become breath? Exhale…when does breath become simply air? We are of the earth, and the earth is in us. “What we do to each other and to our world, we do to ourselves.” During this service we’ll explore that statement, and the ambiguity and paradox we face when we try to apply it in our day to day lives when we try to figure out how to live in ways that respect the interdependent web of all existence, and when we try to figure out ways to help protect our precious earth. Click on the service title for a link to the full presentation text.
Everyone is encouraged to bring a can of soup or other non-perishable food items to donate to Food for Thought to help fill weekend food bags distributed to school children in Natrona County.
Laura Gossman will facilitate a discussion forum on the monthly worship theme of “Kindness.” Deliberately practicing kindness syncs well with Unitarian Universalism’s emphasis on “deeds, not creeds.” We’ll explore our current culture’s ambiguities surrounding kindness, and reflect on why we should and how we can behave more kindly.
This morning, we will be talking about our fifth UU principle, by which we covenant to affirm and promote the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and the society at large. we’ll be exploring questions like Whose Right of Conscience Matters More, Mine or Yours?, What responsibilities does … Continued
Theodore Parker, 19th century Unitarian minister, preached that the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice, and Dr. Martin Luther King often repeated this claim during his sermons. But who or what makes it bend? This service discusses the book “The Moral Arc: How Science Makes Us Better People,” by Michael Shermer, and it’s … Continued