February 21 Sermon: Already Broken: A Buddhist Perspective on the Season of Spring

Sunday, February 21 at 11am, founding Spirit of Life UU member, Bonnie Dassing, will share the sermon,”Already Broken: A Buddhist Perspective on the Season of Spring.” The sermon, originally presented by James Ishmael Ford, speaks to the impermanence of things in our lives and that we need to cherish what we have, when we have … More February 21 Sermon: Already Broken: A Buddhist Perspective on the Season of Spring

Sunday Sermon December 15 at 11am: Transforming Suffering

Visiting minister Rev. Nick Ozuna leads a service on “Transforming Suffering” at 11am. “The Buddha teaches that we create our own suffering, “says Rev. Ozuna, “but we can also use that suffering to create happiness. ¬†Through the application of the Four Noble Truths, we can learn how to make the best of life’s conditions.” Youth … More Sunday Sermon December 15 at 11am: Transforming Suffering

A Course in Everyday Buddhism – Starting May 8th, 7pm

Buddhism,a faith more than 2500 years old with over 300 million adherents worldwide, focuses on helping people: Lead moral lives Be mindful and aware of thoughts and actions, and Develop wisdom and understanding. Many of the Buddhist practices devoted to the “middle way” of finding balance and serenity, are applicable as common sense and compassionate … More A Course in Everyday Buddhism – Starting May 8th, 7pm