Speaker: Jayne Jacobs
Life is a concerto and you are the maestro! Drawing on concepts in spiritual traditions, music history, social science and neuroscience, we will explore how this most transient art form has the capacity to shape us as we walk through our lives.
An in-depth look at concepts of hope and human potential as it relates to science, spirituality, progress, and humanity.
An exploration of fear and courage from a psychological/neurological perspective as well as using stories and poetry (both original and by other authors) to speak to unique human experiences.
Music, psychology, and spirituality come together in an exploration of how human experience is shaped. We explore how mindful awareness can create a positive difference in our connections. Click on the link for the full text of Jayne Jacobs’ presentation.
Each rainbow is unique based on the perspective it is viewed from. A covenant is a promise, often sealed with a symbol, tradition, or practice. The rituals can be powerfully indicative of a society’s and an individual’s relationship with faith. Click on the link for the text of Jayne Jacobs’ presentation.
Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
Join in sharing and celebrating our secular holiday traditions, stories, and keepsakes, and exploring how they bring meaning and joy. A youth RE program and childcare are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
According to the principle of privatio boni (Latin), evil has no existence on its own, but is simply the absence of good. We live in a world of opposites, where anything can quicky be judged one way or another. Our thought processes are primarily scientific and often two-dimensional. This topic explores another perspective on logically defined opposites such as good and evil, light and darkness. Click on the service title for a link to the full text of Jayne Jacob’s presentation.