What spiritual practices enhance the possibility of thriving? As we continue to create and re-create our way forward, the possibility of thriving offers us the freedom to live into what the New England Region of the UUA calls “Faithful Risking.” The New England Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association identifies 5 practices of spiritual leadership: faithful risking, covenant, binding to tradition, centering gifts and doing our inner work. This Sunday we will explore Faithful Risking and one practice to maintain and continue to build a thriving community.
Weather permitting, we will gather outside for services with coffee hour held between service. Bring your lawn chair, mask and coffee mug! If it does rain on Sunday, we will move services inside with limited capacity.
Children’s Religious Education will be offered at the 9am service outside, weather permitting.
Additionally, for those of you who are unable to attend in person, the 11 AM service only will be streamed live via Zoom, using this link. We will be employing new technology. We don’t expect any problems, but can’t guarantee the stream will be problem-free. Apologies in advance if any should occur!
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