“Gather the spirit of heart and mind. Seeds for the sowing are laid in store. Nurtured in love, and conscience refined, with body and spirit united once more.”
Category: From Your Director of Religious Education
Religious Director Ebee Bromley Monthly Blog
One of my favorite foods to eat is popcorn. Popcorn from the microwave, popcorn from a stovetop, one of these days I’ll have popcorn from the movie theater again.
Have you ever made popcorn on the stove before? Have you noticed how in the process of … read more.
Our chalice lighting for the month is from Robin Shaw. She asks us to remember our stories. As you read or proclaim her words.
What story comes up for you?
What story do you need to remember? … read more.
Commitment means that we act on what we value and hold important.
It’s easy to forget how we act sometimes. One way we can store our commitments is to name them. Name your commitments by drawing them or say them outloud, maybe share … read more.
This month we get to go on a journey. This journey will be one with infinite possibilities! Where we’ll go is only limited to the limits of our imaginations. Will you go on this journey with me?
In this month of healing what would your recipe to seek healing or to give healing look like?
This month we’re focusing on what does it mean to be a people of renewal. What does it mean to renew? to begin again? For some of us that might mean to return to school or to begin an art project again after … read more.
Last month our nursery coordinator, Ms Barb Kolar, shared her home altar on our RE facebook group. On her altar sits a jar of bubbles. Would you join me this month in a bubble meditation?
For many normally this season is filled with summer blockbusters. I love a good summer blockbuster. A fantasy or sci-fi or good old Superhero tale helps me stretch my imagination – suspend my disbelief muscles – and dream.
Last week I attended the General Assembly of … read more.
In May Kent, Ms Erin and I have been sending out postcards to the children and youth at UUBerks. On the picture side they had a coloring sheet. It was a white background and black lines. It was full of possibility. The image for this post is T. Hauk’s creation he filled in with watercolor.
This month we continue to strengthen our connections in new and creative ways. I’m inviting you to enter into a fun and simple spiritual practice that UU religious educator Kimberly Sweeny shared with me. In 2015 Kim started writing letters! MAGICAL letters. The Soulful Home packet explains: