My faith keeps showing up for me
Sure, I have pink hair, and sure, I love to dance all night to a raucous feminist punk band, but my participation in a faith community is what sets me apart from my peers.
How might a Unitarian Universalist ritual of lament help when you are driven to cry out?
Prayer is an act of preparation
‘In the midst of crisis or heartbreak, a regular spiritual practice can help us find the capacity to remain present to our emotions and experiences without cutting them off or turning away.’
A practice of relationality
Prayer creates relationship where otherwise there might be none.
A practice of sacred conversations
‘I learned prayer was about connection to the holy in one another and the holy that was greater than us.’
Spiral spiritual practice
How might we make our way through this strange and scary time called COVID-19, resilient and pointed toward collective liberation?
How are you caring for your spirit?
It is essential that we find ways to breathe life into that which reminds us of our power, our humanity, our compassion, and our interdependence.
Shirley, Goodness and Mercy
‘The more I worked with it, the more I liked the idea of God’s grace as three sweet teenagers following me around.’
Allowing meditation to be messy
We need to rethink what ‘successful’ meditation looks like.
Spirituality on the go
New mobile app from the UUA offers worship resources for groups and individuals.
Moving mountains one stone at a time
As Unitarian Universalists, our journey is to transform the big and the small, to transform ourselves, and to transform the world.
The black oak is a bodhisattva
Simply by existing, it serves many others. For human beings, the work of the bodhisattva is a path of kindness, the choice to serve others as a way of life.