As the Spring Equinox approaches, we’ll reflect on how our planet might inspire us to find balance and live more in harmony with the rhythms of nature. We’ll have a Share the Plate Offering to support the Armand Bayou Nature Center and an all-church lunch will … read more.
Rev. Bruce Beisner
A traditional greeting in Hindu culture is to say “Namaste” which means “the God in me bows to the God within you.” If divinity resides in each of us, why is it so hard to see it and honor it sometimes?
Unlike other religious traditions, Unitarian Universalism does not prescribe specific personal spiritual practices. We’ll explore how creating our own authentic prayers and rituals might help center us and connect us every day.
Watching the news these days is enough to make anyone outraged. Anger is among our most basic and universal human emotions. How can we transform what can be a destructive and harmful emotion into a motivational force for change in the world? The first step is to embrace … read more.
The Mission of our church, “changing lives and healing our world” sounds pretty simple in words, yet it’s incredibly complicated in practice. On this Stewardship Kick-Off Sunday, we’ll celebrate how the giving and receiving we do together in this community changes us and heals us a … read more.
Much of Western religious tradition has been focused on the personal relationship to God while much of Eastern faith is centered on the larger collective nature of reality. What happens when Emerson’s individual search for meaning collides with Buddha’s teaching of “no-self”? Rev. Bruce will … read more.