How might we engage in intentional spiritual acts that invite wonder, and what might we gain from such a practice?
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Randy Partain
What are the conscious actions that “cultivate a spirit of gratitude and hope”?
What does it mean for us to freely and compassionately share what we have to offer?
Our faith tradition lifts up interdependence as a reality of our human existence.
What dishes shall we savor? Which shall we set aside?
Shaker Heights, where our physcial building is located, emerged as a model of intentional antiracism. It didn’t begin this way, and it hasn’t always been easy for citizens of this community to fully express the values of inclusion and welcome. What remains to be realized … read more.
What will our spiritual descendants inherit from us?
A democratic framework has long been cherished by Unitarian Universalists and our spiritual ancestors. Democracy literally means that the power of a community belongs to the people of that community. Yet as we become more deeply aware that UUs do not share a monolithic voice, … read more.
How do we gracefully repair the inevitable ruptures in our sacred relationships?
Bring your water (and all of who you are) into this special ritual of grounding and renewal.
This week’s service will start a little early with music from Emma’s Revolution beginning at 10 a.m. before the regular start at 10:15. Make plans to arrive early this week – you’ll be glad you did!