Soul Matters Discussion – Living with Intention

A deeply important part of any spiritual practice is not necessarily what happens at a time or place of worship – it’s the connections formed with the community, with the Earth, and with yourself.  Join our discussion focused on staying in the present, incorporating our values into our daily routine – living with intention. Meet in person at CVUU or online through Zoom on Sunday at 10:00 AM.

Threats to the North Branch of the Logan River: A Natural and Historic River

Threats to the North Branch of the Logan River: A natural and historic river Join Susanne Jänecke and Jim Evans to explore Logan‘s founding and how the diminishment of the north branch of the Logan River is threatening a crown jewel of Logan city. The two rivers district around Logan’s Island is a treasure of Cache Valley. The two rivers there deserve to be restored and rehabilitated. The NRCS has awarded an enormous 90? million dollar grant of taxpayer money to upgrade water delivery systems, reduce flood hazards, and to manage stormwater in the Logan watershed. The Little Logan River (which is more accurately called the north branch of the … Continue reading Threats to the North Branch of the Logan River: A Natural and Historic River

What do I know? : A Low-stakes Consideration of Epistemology

Some people seem to be more haunted by existential questions than others. For example, poor Renee Descartes spent his life examining every thought to see if it was a “bad apple,” philosophically speaking, and ended up driving his friends and family crazy. Oh boy, can I relate. Because I want to save you from this annoyance, I’ll use this 20 minute period to tell you what I have learned in my decades as an armchair philosopher obsessed with the questions: what can we even know? And what does it even mean?   Meet in person at CVUU or online through Zoom on Sunday at 10:00 AM.