Author: UU Berks Office Administrator

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Using Our Imagination to Free Ourselves. Rev. Sage Olnick. The spiritual theme for the month of January is Imagination. In The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life, Thomas Moore said, “We tend to consider imagination too lightly, forgetting that the life we make, for ourselves individually and for the world as a whole, is shaped and limited only by the perimeters of our imagination.” This Sunday we will explore the notion of Using Our Imagination to Free Ourselves.

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The Years of Repair. Jane Palmer. For too long, our world has been crowded with terrible things and our energies focused on survival. Now we stand at the beginning of what could be a vast reimagining of what’s possible, but it’s not easy to think big with a scarcity mindset. Let’s stretch ourselves to create a shared vision of the world we want — one of healing and abundance, equity and grace — not just what we don’t want. 

UU Berks Technology Hints

Did you know that we record every church service that we host on Zoom? We use our UUBerks YouTube account to host those recordings.  To find the recordings…
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The Invisible String.  Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. As UUs we talk a lot about the importance of connection and interconnection. Sometimes, though, it can be hard to see what binds us to friends, family, and communities when we are separated. What do we do during those times?

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A Winter Solstice Celebration: Lessons and Carols. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. This morning we celebrate the return of nature’s light during the stillness of the Winter Solstice in story and song.

all that is

by nadine j. smet-weiss

all that is

was once 

imagined

the seed

of possibility

unbroken

until 

it cracked

opened

to being

we are

surrounded by

immersed in

made of

imagination

our source

our sustenance

our solace

our strength