Speaker: Simme Bobroski
Chanting for Healthy Living and Spiritual Harmony
Chant is used to quiet the mind, open the heart, uplift the spirit, strengthen community and mourn the dead. Chant is the breath made audible in tone. We chant to join our voices to the voices of the countless seekers, worshipers, mystics and lovers of life in every time and place who have shared sacred song. Learn about how and why it works. Come experience it for yourself.
Speaker: Victoria Poling
Celebrant: Jorge Manzanara
UU 101 – part 1
The spring survey results were very clear: our congregation wants to know more about our own Unitarian Universalist religion. Victoria will lead us on a journey exploring our roots, our values and how we came to be the religion we are today. This is the first of five sermons scheduled this year on this topic.
Speaker: Josseph Bednarik
Celebrant: Jim Heard
The Theory and Practice of Zax
In his brilliant story “The Zax,” Dr. Seuss takes fundamentalism to
its logical extreme when a North-Going Zax and a South-Going Zax meet
on a path and neither will step aside to allow the other to pass. As
these Zax stand puffed-chest and glowering, let’s gather up a picnic
lunch and go out for a visit, to discover whether UU values might help
loosen this wet-knot situation.