Speaker: Stuart Mackenzie
A possibly controversial historical perspective, discussing some of the notIons of equality referring to the Book of Matthew, and the US Declaration of Independence, through to the provisions of The Wyoming Constitution. Participants input and contributions will be expected and welcomed.
Zen Buddhists use the word “Shoshin”when considering a beginner’s mind, and having an aspiration trying to remain connected with the concept of always being like a beginner. All the attributes of the beginner, excitement, curiosity, doubt, investigation can be our motivation every day.
Stuart Mackenzie will talk about how music and dance are part of all cultures and many faith traditions. Brenda Evans will talk about the history of musical instruments.
Attend this “dual” service in person, or on Zoom. Click on the service title above for Zoom instructions. Everyone is welcome!
We’ll explore the neuroscience of compassion and engage in a guided Tonglen meditation. Click on the service title above for more information. Go to “Attend an Online Service” on the uucasper.org main menu for information about how attend. Everyone is welcome!
Most of us would like to be happy. One way to encourage happiness in ourselves and others is the practice of compassion. Bodhicitta is the Buddhist aspiration to practice compassion for the benefit of all beings. In the UU context this is reflected by living … read more.
Youth programming and childcare are available.
Genny Trickett and Stuart Mackenzie will present some aspects of Islam. As the world’s second largest religion, Islam shares roots with, and incorporates aspects of both Judaism and Christianity. The practitioners of these three great religions have historically often been in conflict, but their commonalities are greater than their differences. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!