Discovering our purpose is an essential part of having a healthy life and doing good in the world, but this is not always an easy task. Why is purpose so important? How do we live it out, particularly in the midst of change or tragedy? While on West Shore's work trip to New Orleans this April, I heard an inspiring story of purpose in one of the most unlikely situations.
What connects these two words and one name? What does it mean to see? Catch a glimpse of the answer at this service.
What is joy? Do we need it? What blocks joy or gets in the way of joy? How do we find it? Is it a component of UU spirituality?
Join us for an exploration of the nature of power and how power plays out in our communities and world. Through a read and danced reflection of the poem “The Terrible Dance of Power” by Barry Oshry, we will look out how different communities engage in and with power. How can we be aware of the nature of power and how our love and awareness can create a new dance in our own lives? Our social action offering will be given to the American Indian Education Center. This will be the final service of Sunshine Jeremiah Wolfe’s ministry.