Sunday, February 25 at 11am, guest minister Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the service, “Finding Something To Dance About Every Day”. In the book of Exodus, she says, Miriam led other Hebrew women and their families across the Reed Sea with tambourines and dancing. Long ago, my toddler liked pre-school because they found something to dance about every day. … More Sunday Service Notes for February 25: Finding Something to Dance about Every Day
January 21 marks a busy Sunday at Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists. World Religions class is at 10am, and at 11am, guest speaker Rev. Mary Gear, visiting from First Unitarian Portland, shares the sermon, “The Shadow Knows.” “Psychologists say that there is rich opportunity for growth in the things that we deny or ignore – … More Service Notes for Sunday January 21: The Shadow Knows!
At 11am Sunday, May 21, Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda leads the sermon “Working With Troublesome People.” “People go to the nearest ER when their bodies are ailing,” she says. “Many of the same folks go to church when their souls and minds are in need. And, just like any other group, dynamics are at work then … More Sunday Sermon May 21 11am: Working with Troublesome People