An Auction Service bought by Debbie Lane. Watching her young grandson frolic around, Debbie Lane asked Rev. Lydia to ponder: Is it important to keep a sense of wonder as we age? What do we do to keep this sense of wonder … read more.
Speaker: Christiane Olivo
In traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi sabi is a worldview centered on the acceptance of the imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. As we end our month of exploring the theme of wholeness, we will use the teachings of wabi sabi to reflect on how we might … read more.
Sunday, February 17. New Service Time – 12:30 p.m. Join us for our first service in our temporary location, First United Methodist of Lafayette, at 1255 Centaur Village Dr. We will start this new part of our journey by welcoming new members. Even … read more.
We are going through historic hard times right now, and we have before. What stories do we remember from difficult times and what lessons do we pass down?
“Remembering Hope”, Christiane Olivo:
“Lessons Across Generations”, Janet Meyer:
What lessons and wisdom can UUs draw from Judaism, a foundational resource for UUs?
Today we begin our summer series on the UU Sources. The Sources as we see theme in our hymnals, were developed in the 1980s. Today, we examine them with a critical eye in 21st Century context, and chart the course for our summer sermon series.
Do you think of yourself as creative? What have you created in community? What do we create together?
“Connecting Through Creativity”, Christiane Olivo:
“Co-creating in Community”, Rev. Ruth Reinhardt:
We dance it together. We will explore dance as a metaphor for a balanced life. Led by Christiane Olivo and Thomas Christopher.
“Balancing Past and Future”, Christiane Olivo:
“Life is a Dance”, Thomas Christopher:
How do we persevere in the face of discrimination and oppression? Using women’s experiences during the suffrage movement and from their struggles today, we’ll apply a UU lens in exploring how we might persevere today.
“Women’s Rights Through History”
“Meditation”, Scott … read more.
What happens when we are NOT feeling abundance in our lives? How do we find it again? Where do we look? What can we “see” without our eyes?