What can we learn from other people’s spiritual beliefs — and how do we handle the experience of encountering those beliefs. Come join us as we ponder this complex idea!
This Sunday, we will be talking about how we handle the tough things in life — the stuff you’re a little afraid to admit is going on in your life or your family, even though we all have some kind of skeleton lurking and stressing us out. The service will be made richer by every person who attends. Hopefully, we will come away feeling more supported and part of something strong and loving.
We will reflect on “Power, Privilege, and Perspective” together and ponder how our individual micro-scale fits into the bigger picture of a global community.
Dr. Jess Lucero of the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology at USU, will share how she brings real-world learning about social justice concerns (fair housing and other complex issues) into the classroom. Come and be inspired!
This Sunday we will have a chance to explore the events of the last two weeks and what this means to each of us.With a focus on healing and all that healing entails, I ask you to join us this Sunday. Please come and bring your feelings and hopes. They are all welcome.
This Sunday, we’ll be talking about how violence and empathy interact in our world, and we’ll explore as a community what we can do to model and teach empathy to make the world a safer place.