Our culture highly prizes dreams of the future, and working towards living out those dreams. We are encouraged to shape our individual lives from our deepest dreams. As Unitarian Universalists, many of us feel called to collectively work towards a future we dream about – a future upholding the inherent worth and dignity of all. But what happens when events in our lives or in our world suddenly seem to render our dream impossible? In these moments, hope can be hard to find, and shaping a new dream can seem like a futile exercise. Together we’ll explore collective spiritual practices that can sustain us and foster hope in such difficult times.
On September 30, we begin our regular two-service schedule, with services at 9 and 11 a.m.