Richard Rohr speaks of shadowboxing as a way to discover who we are when other markers have been lost. He suggests we shadowbox with ourselves to overcome what we want to change. What might we want to shadowbox? Where might we need to navigate this journey … read more.
Join us as Darrel Draper delves into why we are Unitarians through the story of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Company Factory Fire.
Play is about our sense of joy, of life, of connection. Of physical and spiritual delight. That won’t preach – it must be lived. Today, we will play together as a community – with our bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits!
Today we are showing Brittney Packnett’s 2018 Ware Lecture. As a lead-in to that we wonder: how do those of us who are white people move forward on the path to anti-racism? Within ourselves and within our communities, including this Beloved Community?
Our view of money can be tainted by fear – of scarcity, of loss, of failure. Fear that we will lose “everything” and be sent to the “poorhouse,” on a wave of blame! What happens if we can see our community’s wealth as an abundance of love made manifest?