Kathryn Jay with David Roberts

Where the Heart Is


Some of us have spent a lifetime searching for a place to call home, a sanctuary of respite in difficult times. Others have been lucky enough to have sweet memories of a childhood home or have created their own places of spiritual and emotional renewal. How does home nourish your spirit? How can we as a church community help people feel at home? Can we find the courage to offer sanctuary to others?

Spiritual Geographies

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If we were each to make a map of our beliefs–to chart the geography of our souls–what might the spirit of life look like? We sing about it and use the phrase in prayers almost every week, but how do we represent it? Where would we find it on our own spiritual maps? Making sense of the own complicated meaning of spirit, whether cheerleading or ghosts, or something approaching the holy, matters, no matter your theological perspective. In the context of Unitarian Universalism, what does it mean to be spiritual?