“Prayer and Poetry”
August 7, 2011—UU Congregation of Marin
Prayer is an ancient spiritual practice embraced across myriad religious traditions. We pray in praise, contrition, petition, and thanksgiving. We pray as individuals and as communities. We pray…even if we aren’t sure who or what we’re praying to. Let’s gather this morning to consider prayer and to pray together.
August 14, 2011—UU Congregation of Marin
Unitarian Universalist theologian Thandeka suggests that systems of class and racism shape the identity of white people in painful and abusive ways that our culture largely overlooks and ignores. Today’s sermon will share and explore ideas from Thandeka’s book “Learning to be White.”
“You Are This Universe”
August 21, 2011—UU Congregation of Marin
The spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature. We tend to think of these teachings as ancient, but they also intersect with and inform many of our modern ideas. Come, let us consider the many ways we connect with each other and with the Divine.