What is the point of sitting in stillness if the voices in our heads keep up an incessant chatter about our regrets, embarrassments, inadequacies, anxieties and fears? Let us seek an inner stillness. as Christopher and Paul Brynteson, Service Associates.
We are One Body Beyond Our Walls: A Joint UU Christmas Eve Service All are welcome to join us as we celebrate Christmas together. We are featuring “The Christmas Story in Three Movements” – wonderful music, created collectively by UU music ministers from across the Denver … read more.
With the longest night of the year comes the opportunity to welcome the beginning of a new year and increasing daylight. Darkness gives us time to rest and make ready for renewal. Where in our lives do we need more rest, and what is ready … read more.
2020 has been a year for the history books! We are coming to the end of this year having survived massive fires, an historic election, and an ongoing pandemic which is forcing physical isolation like we’ve never had to experience before. The ride between ‘I … read more.
Do the darker days bring you down? Do you feel adrift during the holiday season? Or is this simply a difficult year for you? This annual evening service allows you the opportunity to share some of the more challenging parts of this holiday season in … read more.
As the days darken and the pandemic further limits our activities, how can a practice of stillness support us? In this service, we’ll explore the ways stillness can support us, even, or especially, if we feel isolated by circumstances.