I first heard Kate and Justin Miner’s “Tomorrow” in the first days of UU wide collegial collaboration, in that mid March time when we were first trying to swim in this COVID shut down era. I was grateful to Rev Teresa Soto for sharing the … read more.
Category: From your Music Director
Music Director Ebee Bromley Monthly Blog
I started thinking this week – what do I already do and have to create sacred space in my home. I could write about how sacred space comes in through singing a hymn to myself or listening to a playlist. Sabbath space is slightly different though. It’s the act of setting aside time and space for worship, rest and connection.
For the past month each Wednesday night at choir we’ve been ending our gatherings with a chalice lighting and check in. It’s a verbal threshold that we create together. This moment to light a chalice marks our transition from singing and listening and breathing together … read more.
Try Mindfulness by listening to the world around you – take 2 min or even 30 seconds to disengage from what you’re doing and notice what’s around you.Try Mindfulness by listening to yourself – What is the ear worm in your head connecting you to … 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.
In this month where we can be bombarded by conversation hearts and chocolates – I’m reminded that while valentines day can get stuck on one kind of love the ancient Greeks identified 8 different types of love. I’m also reminded that unconditional love, affectionate love, … read more.
I wonder what your song is that calls you to yourself? For me there are some great ones. There’s one that has a history of finding and refinding that deepest part of Unitarian Universalism for many…
In this month of Awe I share with you a lullaby from our hymnals – highlighted as the “Song of the Month” in our Soul Matters materials:
#230 “Duermete, Niño Lindo” is found in our grey hymnal, Singing the Living Tradition, published in 1993 (close … read more.
When I breathe in,
I’ll breathe in peace.
When I breathe out,
I’ll breathe out love.
Breathe in, Breathe out,
Breathe in, Breathe out
Sarah Dan Jones