Author: UU Berks Office Administrator

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This morning we’ll look to the wisdom of the Universalist side of our religion. What insights and gifts does Universalism offer that help bring people together?

Masked Music and Meditation

October 16th at 6pm

Please join us live for a peaceful time of contemplative reflection in the sanctuary, accompanied by the acoustic music of one of our talented musicians.

We will keep safety in mind by limiting our capacity to 20 people. Vaccination is required to attend … read more.

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Often we devote our attention to how best to cultivate relationship. Today we turn our attention instead to which relationships to cultivate. What has the pandemic shown us about prioritizing essential relationships over those that are instrumental?

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Historically, when others were preaching about a sinful world, our Unitarian Universalist religion saw potential. How about you? Are you trusting what’s possible and remaining hopeful and vulnerable?

cultivating connection

nadine j. smet-weiss

spiritual director

go slow

look around

take notice

pause

pay attention

unhurry

be 

here

now

this season

this day

this moment

this breath

this life

connected

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We all make mistakes, and when we do, it can seem like things will never be repaired. We might imagine we’ll always feel bad and people won’t trust us again. Join us this morning as we explore the complexities of saying “I’m sorry” and how apologies can offer us the possibility of beginning again. Our worship service will be held virtually by zoom.

Masked Music and Meditation

September 25 at 6 PM

Please join us live for a peaceful time of contemplative reflection in the sanctuary on, accompanied by the acoustic music of one of our talented musicians.

We will keep safety in mind by limiting our capacity to 20 people. Vaccination is required … read more.

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Ingathering and UU Water Communion. Ebee Bromley, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Water connects us as a community and as human beings no matter where we are. This morning we celebrate our connection with the Unitarian Universalist Water Communion, in which we gather water into a common bowl as we reflect on what we are thirsting for – for ourselves and our world.