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Sunday, February 2: Behind Our Walls
At the close of our “Some Walls” worship series, we will explore the ancient origins of walls — what they were designed to keep in and to keep out. After some physical and symbolic walls come down, our work is yet incomplete: We have to present alternative frames of mind and processes to ensure what those walls represented is held at bay.
Sunday, February 9: Living Sanctuaries
Humans are social by nature and find meaning in relationships. Humanists long for and strive toward a world of mutual care and concern, free of cruelty and its consequences, where differences are resolved cooperatively without resorting to violence. To be a humanist is to embody an ethos of humility and compassion. How can we become living sanctuaries for each other in times of conflict?
Sunday, February 16: The Rationalist’s Prayer
What form does prayer take to the humanist? Humanists recognize nature as self-existing. We accept our life as all and enough, distinguishing things as they are from things as we might wish or imagine them to be. We welcome the challenges of the future, and are drawn to and undaunted by the yet to be known.
Sunday, February 23: Music Sunday
Our Tree House Choir will present a new Unitarian Universalist Mass called “Missa Brevis Pro Serveto.” Director of Music, Donald Milton III, will reflect on singing masses and the joy of a beautiful Latin Mass with an accepting and inclusive theology.
Sunday, January 26: Walls of Pride Must Fall
On the cusp of a new year and new decade, may we collectively and individually offer up a prayer to deepen self-insight. How can our faith practice protect us from illusory superiority? We will explore the Dunning-Kruger Effect on our psyche, and dismantle the walls we have erected to protect us from knowing ourselves fully.