Becca Johnson will present “Finding Beauty in the Brokenness.” She will talk a bit about her spiritual background, but will mainly focus on what she’s learned in grief and healing and how to be resilient.
Sprituality / personal growth
We will examine how our current political landscape has impacted both this long term principle of our democratic government and how we consider our own congregational work.
This Sunday we’ll be talking about why happiness is important and two of the best ways to become consistently happier: gratitude and reframing.
Corinna Knowles, a self-proclaimed reluctant mother, will be exploring-though not necessarily celebrating-motherhood, mamas, and mothering.
Desiree Yana Chavez will present her journey in finding what she believes and what she wants to be a part of. After exploring various church and faith groups, Desiree has found that Unitarian Universalism has so far, been the closest to what she is looking for.
Join us this Sunday for an inter-generational Easter service. The homily will ask that age-old question: What does the Easter Bunny have to do with Jesus? We will be reading the children’s story, “The Attack of the Easter Bunnies”. An egg hunt will follow the service (baskets will be provided).