PLAY is our Soul Matters Monthly Theme for June. What better time than on this Sunday (traditionally designated as “Father’s Day”) to explore the many benefits for children and parents/grandparents playing together, including their forging deeper relationships.
Ceremony, Ritual and Procession can be seen as incorporating some elements of Play, our Soul Matters monthly theme for June. Czech Unitarian minister, Rev. Norbert Capek, created a Flower Ceremony in 1923 which was celebrated annually at the congregation he served in Prague.
His wife, … read more.
Many of us have been rather somber and serious during pandemic times. Yet religion reminds us to also make time for being playful in order to nurture our spirits. We will explore (and maybe experience!) more about this in the service.
On this morning we’ll be taking a look at what are the stories which we tell from our lives and also maybe from our congregation’s life. How revelatory (how “telling”) are these tales? Using some insights from Narrative Theory, we’ll ask the question, “What … read more.
Writer and teacher Kirstin Cronn-Mills will discuss how she makes sure her teen (and adult) readers leave her books with a tiny bit of hope. Cronn-Mills lives, writes, and teaches in southern Minnesota and is the author of four novels, one of which is … read more.
On this Sunday, we will be moving beyond Mother’s Day stories of breakfast in bed and flowers and candy, moving beyond stories of endless work and self-sacrifice to lift up instead stories of mothers, people who were like a mother to us and other parents … read more.
This Sunday concludes our series “The Power of the Village” as we look at how we come together as a beloved community, working together in mutual support and encouragement. Examining the final theme from our Meaning and Purpose work, Organizational Structure, we consider ways of … read more.