creativityOur July Service Theme

is Creativity

 


July 2, 2017 | Creativity 
One Service at 10:00am

(in collaboration with Debra Jean Golden)

Does creativity feed and heal you; or does it intimidate you? How does being a Unitarian Universalism challenge you to be more creative? How can Unitarian Universalism be a creative force in each of our religious and spiritual lives?


July 9, 2017Creativity in Worship  
One Service at 10:00 am

(in collaboration with Rev. Sean Dennison)

Let's glimpse the creative possibilities that wait beyond the limits of a 'standard' worship form.


July16, 2017 | Poetry
One Service at 10:00am

(in collaboration with members of the UUAA Community of Writers)

"Poems remind us that someone is saying, come here. This has happened to me. This is how it made me feel. This is who I am in the wake of this thing." (Tracy K. Smith)

What does it mean to be a writer? How is writing a spiritual practice? 


July 23, 2017 | Creative Love
One Service at 10:00am

(in collaboration with members of the congregation)

What does Unitarian Universalism look like in practice?

...at home? ...in school? ...to the parent? ...on the job?

This week, we invite members of the congregation to reflect on these questions aloud, through the lens of their singular lives.

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July 30, 2017 | Spirituality & Film: The Daily Round 
One Service at 10:00am

For our last Sunday of the month, we explore film. The service will use film clips as components of the worship service.  This service will also give an introduction to a way of approaching film as a spiritual practice and will explore how film can raise our awareness of the power of daily events and larger life cycles in shaping meaning. 




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