We’ll sing Take Me Out to the Ballgame and explore the things in which we put faith, whether it be God, baseball, nature, or something else.
Speaker: Rev. Christian Schmidt
What I’ve learned from my time here, from those who have come before, and what I’ll take from MVUC.
Though the methods have changed through the centuries, our mission has remained the same: to raise and grow healthy, engaged Unitarian Universalists for our world.
On this Memorial Day weekend, we think about how we remember those who have passed and how our memories form us.
How does creativity work? Not the way most of think of it. It requires work and revision and failure, and often a lot of all those things.
The consequences of climate change are already here and will only get worse. How we can resist the forces that have contributed to this and work to heal our world?
In electric circuits, resistance is a measure of the opposition to current flow. In meditation, om is a mantra used to help focus and move past resistance. We’ll discuss resistance in all sorts of interesting ways.
On Easter Sunday, we’ll explore the ways of gentle resistance through looking at Jesus, Ghandi, and Greta Thunberg, among others.
A biological cell wall has an interesting task: to keep bad things out while allowing good things in. This is the essence of vulerability and resistance, to keep ourselves safe while still being open.
We all make mistakes, we all have areas of ignorance. And yet, many of us experience shame or frustration when we experience this? Let’s talk about how we can embrace mistakes and ignorance as opportunities rather than failures.