Direct experience of mystery and wonder is a UU Source that speaks to the beauty of nature and all creation. How does this source help us appreciate and cultivate nature in all its forms? How can we cultivate beauty in our own lives?
This session introduces the concept of responsibility. It reinforces the ideas in the seventh Unitarian Universalist Principle, respect for the interdependent web of all existence, by demonstrating the idea that our action or lack of action makes a difference in an interdependent world. It encourages the children to feel empowered to take action when love, faith and conscience call.
Today we will explore the power of reaching out to one another across boundaries. How do boundaries hold us back from making connection and relationships? How can we cross those boundaries in our hearts and minds?
Green energy is a type of energy that comes from sources that are cleaner and less-polluting than other fuels. How does green energy effect the interdependent web of existence and how can we find ways to be “greener” in our own lives?
Ray WestergardCoordinator of UUCB Volunteers for GRIP
UUCB Coordinating Team
Ann Harlow, EditorUUCB The Week Ahead
Ann Harlow, EditorUUCB Beacon on the Hill
Lonnie Moseley, ChairUUCB Pathways to Adventure and Spiritual Growth
UUCB Stewardship Committee
Nancy (Kelly) KellyUUCB Social Justice Council
UUCBPastoral CareReaching out to those who need caring attention.
UUCB Communications Team
Rev. Kristin SchmidtSenior Co-Minister, UUCB
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The Rev. Kristin Grassel Schmidt
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley