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Dear Ones, How do you weave what has happened in your life into how you make sense of the world, who you are, and who you’re becoming? Meaning-making is one of the most basic and key spiritual tasks, as well as one of the fundamental reasons we engage in religions. As we near the end […]
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As you may have heard, my job at WUUC is changing. There has been some confusion about what happened, and I wanted to take a moment to clarify what is changing and why. In January, I was hired as Director of Lifelong Learning, the person responsible for faith formation programs for children, youth and adults. […]
– Victoria Poling A tidying up phenomenon inspired by Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo is sweeping the United States. Americans are decluttering their homes looking for the magic of enlightenment and generating tons of waste in the process. This Sunday, we’ll explore the Shinto religious roots of this tidying up practice and the mindful lifestyle