Softening Our Armor. Lauren Fritz. It’s been an extraordinary year of needing to keep a strong emotional shell for survival like none we’ve ever experienced, with more yet to come. Today we will explore how we can find ways to soften and replenish while still remaining safe
Month: November 2020
When making music, there comes a time to be silent. This can often be confused for stillness. While our voices or instruments may not be ringing – we are listening for the next entrance, we are counting the measures, we are watching the conductor. … read more.
nadine j. smet-weiss
just to hear
for a moment
for a breath
From Rev. Sandra’s Study – December 2020
We all know this has been a hard year in so many ways. Our spirits are a bit frayed. So as we enter this season of light, I wish for each of you the renewal of hope. This … read more.
If you receive a message that appears to be from Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees asking for money, please let her know and do not respond to it. It’s a scam. You have received an email from someone pretending to be Rev. Fees using an email … read more.
One of our beloved UU Berks traditions is passing the light from one person to another while we join in singing Silent Night. To enable us to share joyfully in that tradition while worshiping virtually, each family is invited to pick up a Christmas Eve … read more.
Living from Abundance. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. How can we embrace a spirit of abundance when things seem scarce? How can we keep our hearts open? Join us this morning for a participatory and interactive service.
The Practice of Healing. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Buddhist monk Pema Chodron says that “healing comes from letting there be room for all of this to happen: room for grief, for relief, for misery, for joy.” This morning we’ll explore the practice of letting there by room for all of this to happen. Our offering is our monthly share-the-plate, taken to benefit the local organization Co-County Wellness Services.