We tend to react to and remember negative events. Our ancestors needed to know what could possibly harm them so we may have an evolutionary bias toward remembering negativity. Can we be more balanced and whole by paying more attention to the positive in our lives? Rev. Andrew serves the UU Fellowship of Newark, DE.
Emily Joy has found a way to share UUism in a concise, joyful and memorable package with her original song cycle. She will be joined by the USG band and choir presenting songs inspired by each of our 7 UU Principles. Clap your hands, tap your feet and be a part of this joyful noise!
Humans are fragile creatures –alternately weak and strong, brave and frightened, carrying our hopes and dreams, burdens, fears and insecurities as we navigate through life. Sometimes our fragility tears us apart individually and as community. It can also bring us closer. How do we come together in wholeness?
USG is joining with approximately 600 UU congregations from all 50 states and six countries in the “White Supremacy Teach-In” – a look at those unconscious institutional assumptions and practices that tend to benefit white people and exclude people of color. This service promises to be educational and transformative.