West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

Curiosity Creates Connection, Compassion and Spaciousness Within

July 18, 2021
Reverend Shirley Nelson, Guest Worship Leader
Judy Montgomery, Worship Associate
David Blazer, Music Director
Curiosity gives us permission to let go of the right/wrong and either/or mentality.  It gives us room to breathe and moves us from "there's something wrong" to "what is here for me to see?"  Being curious about ourselves and each other is a gift that keeps on giving.

REV. SHIRLEY NELSON: Today’s guest speaker is Rev. Shirley A. Nelson. Shirley is a Cleveland-area certified interspiritual compassionate counselor and life skills coach; founder of San's Sacred Circle, which offers retreats and workshops.  For more than 30 years she has lived an engaged spiritual life through mindfulness and compassion as a speaker, facilitator, writer and workshop/retreat leader.  Shirley offers inner-essence serenity sessions to individuals to explore their spiritual journey with the intention to raise their consciousness and deepen their understanding of self and others.  She is a recent graduate of One Spirit Learning Alliance in New York, NY, where she was ordained as an interfaith interspiritual minister.  Website: shirleyanelson.com



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