West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church
A Spiritual Perspective on Alzheimer’s

A Spiritual Perspective on Alzheimer’s

August 25, 2019

by Reverend Anthony Makar and

Michael Miller

Worship Associate

Worldwide, there are approximately 50 million people with Alzheimer’s, and the ripple effects of this mean that millions of more lives of family, friends, and others have been impacted. It’s a difficult journey, but one that contains many lessons for UUs of all ages about human dignity, the nature of caregiving, and the depths of human devotion and love.

Beauty and the Butterfly

Beauty and the Butterfly

August 18, 2019

by Reverend Anthony Makar

Author, poet, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou once said, “We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” We explore some of these changes in Maya Angelou’s amazing life, across a span of almost 90 years

Instant Happiness

Instant Happiness

August 11, 2019

by Reverend Anthony Makar

Life is full of challenge and change, and it can wear down even the strongest person. Today, join Reverend Makar for an exploration of ways we can proactively nourish our hearts and spirits. Our Unitarian Universalist spiritual way wants all people to stay refreshed and renewed for the journey of life!

Three Wishes

Three Wishes

August 8, 2019

by Intern Minister Michelle Ma and

Elizabeth Gerencser

Worship Associate

Time has sure flown during my internship, and I’ve learned so much! Now it’s time for me to reflect back some of what I’ve learned; maybe you’ll learn something about yourselves.