A look at the importance of being intentional in our mindfulness to see what is most enduring, beautiful, and fulfilling in life.
Speaker: Sunday Services Committee
Preparing, sharing, and eating food can be a mindful spiritual practice. In this lay-led service, we will explore how eating can be a sacred activity in our lives.
A look at how a community that encourages tolerance can give voice to intolerance. What can we do to live and maintain a peaceful, tolerant, and collaborative community?
Life can be tough, but what are you doing to renew your spirit? In this lay-led service, we won’t deny the tough times in life, but we will look at how renewing our spirits can bring joy into our lives and help us get through … read more.
Some psychologists have suggested that the level of emotional intelligence a person has, or their emotional quotient, is a more important predictor of success than IQ. In this lay-led service, we’ll examine what emotional intelligence is, why it is so important, and look at ways … read more.
Unitarian Universalism affirms the inherent worth and dignity of every person as our first principle. In this lay led service, the first of our Touchstones theme-based ministry services, we will examine what it means to have worth and dignity and celebrate and affirm the worthiness … read more.
In this lay-led service, we will explore some of the many ways to tap into creativity during this strange time. Let’s celebrate art, resourcefulness, and innovation!
In honor of National Simplicity Day, we will be looking at ways to simplify our lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually in this lay led service.
In this participatory service we will share ways humor and laughter has sustained and connected us during quarantine, distancing, losses related to COVID, and more via short video clips submitted by you. We will touch on some of the health benefits of humor, how humor develops … read more.
Each year on the 3rd Sunday in June we celebrate our fathers and/or those who are father figures to us. This year, we will use the Zoom site to create a tapestry by having those who attend virtually to either post a photo of their … read more.