How do we navigate the seemingly constant call for our personal growth and change with the knowing that we have worth and dignity just the way we are? For whom do we change, and how might we with our commitment to religious community support each other in those changes, or not? Rev. Neal Anderson will lead this service.
This term has been coined by conservatives to dismiss the idea that one’s identity shapes one’s experience. The idea that our lives shaped by values which we do not even consciously embrace is disturbing and alarming. And yet if we look at what has happened in our nation, this seems to be true. On this Martin Luther King Day weekend, join Rev. Leslie Takahashi to consider the connections between issues of poverty, race, and environmental degradation. (This is a great service to attend if you disagree with the conversation about “white supremacy culture” as we will have a discussion following the service and it is a great time to engage in covenantal conversation).
Join us for a multigenerational exploration of our Living Tradition. We will honor those who were born, died and joined our membership during 2018 and look towards our future. Led by Rev. Leslie Takahashi and Rev Neal Anderson with participation from the MDUUC Board of Trustees.
Sunday, November 25, 2018 – ONE SERVICE AT 10:15. “Why We Break Bread: Community As An Act of Interdependence.”
How does our engagement with community offer us a sense of abundance? How does the…
September 30, 2018 – “Self-Love: What does it mean to love yourself and are there limits?” Two Services 9:15 and 11:15 a.m.
Is there a place where self-love ends and selfishness begins? In today’s service, we will…