Worship Service: The Anchor of the Soul, Rev. Israel Buffardi. Hope has been called the anchor of the soul, yet hope is hard to find today for many of us. Together we will reflect on hope as an imperfect practice of working for our ideals, as they pass from generation to generation.
Month: February 2020
These two beauties are looking for a new home. Pumpkin is about 12 yo and Tommy is 7. They are best buds, have had regular vet visits, including all their shots. They are friendly and indoor only. All their toys, litter box, etc. can … read more.
“Knowledge is a process of piling up facts; wisdom lies in their simplification. ”
– Martin H. Fischer
In rehearsal we focus on the balance between piling up of skills and then in performance we strive to let all of the details go and focus on the … read more.
A Wise Old Owl
A wise old owl lived in an oak.
The more they saw the less they spoke.
The less they spoke the more they heard.
Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird?
Did you miss Sunday’s service or want to hear Paula Cole Jones’s presentation again? Listen to the complete “Building a Community of Communities” presentation from General Assembly 2019 here.
The 20s/30s folx will be meeting on Thursday, March 5th, at 6 pm at Nic’s apartment in Wyomissing for taco salad and “March Madness” table game night! For directions/questions/RSVP e-mail Nic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Worship Service: Building a Community of Communities. Paula Cole-Jones, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Whether we consider faith formation, growth, social justice and/or dismantling white supremacy, Unitarian Universalists could use an identity update. This presentation embraces who we are and challenges who we think we are. Seeing ourselves as a Community of Communities changes our future and it is key to the Beloved Community. Paula Cole Jones is the founder of ADORE (A Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity), a former president of DRUUMM (Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries) and our congregation’s Primary Contact in the Central East Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association. There will be a workshop following the service from 12:30-2:30 pm.
There are many ways to seek wisdom. There is travel, there are masters, there is service. There is staring into the eyes of children and elders and lovers and strangers. There is sitting silently in one spot and there is being swept along in life’s … read more.
What is The 8th Principle and why do we need it? To learn more, read Rev. Sandra’s sermon, which was delivered on January 19. At our Spring Congregational Meeting on May 17, we will vote on whether to adopt The 8th Principle.