Really? I Never Knew That
October 5 - UUSCV Minister Peter Farriday
Courageous, perceptive, colorful characters people the history of Unitarian Universalism’s inception and development as a progressive faith tradition. As part of the “Past and Present” portion of our October theme, explore some inspiring accounts of who and what has made our UU tradition what it is today: a potent force for justice, compassion, and inclusive community.
It Could Be Worse
October 12 - Michael Eselun
Our favorite oncology chaplain will explore the different dimensions and implications of a coping strategy that we all use--the notion that "it could be worse." What does it say about our own suffering and the suffering of others.
Forging the Future
October 19 - UUSCV Minister Peter Farriday
Unitarian Universalism draws from numerous wells of spiritual wisdom, with general consensus that the same sacred water feeds every religious spring. By and large it is therefore more open to evolutionary ideas and practices than most religious institutions. Thus UUs are far freer to question, interpret, disagree, take risks, evolve... and create. Lucky us! For it is invariably the power of creativity—coupled to the loving heart—that forges a more beautiful future.
Jewels from Junk
October 26 - Erik Felker
Hmmm... How do we do that? It sounds like alchemy! Yes, an alchemy that works today, even for Unitarian Universalists.