Sermons by Rachel Eddy

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Pagan Foundations for Social Justice Work, and the Seventh Principle

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At Mabon, we celebrate the second harvest, a season of abundance; and also the Fall equinox, a time of balance. But, what does it mean for our spiritual practice when scarcity, actual or perceived, finds its way into this time of celebration? Join us in exploring the foundations of Pagan social justice work through myths […]

Ritual Magic in Pagan Spiritual Practice

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Rachel, WUUC’s Earth-Based Ministry lead, will discuss her process for crafting rituals, exploring common symbolism and tools used in Pagan worship.  Learn about Brigid, the Celtic goddess of smith and hearth and keeper of the wells of sacred wisdom as we prepare to honor her in our evening Imbolc ritual.

Embodying Myth in Pagan Worship

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As Mabon, our celebration of the Autumn equinox approaches, join the Earth-based ministry team to learn more about Pagan worship.  We will explore the ways that myth can help inform our search for truth and meaning, by discussing the story of Persephone and our approach to translating that story into a meaningful worship experience.

Sacred Ground: Reflections on Oso and the Role of Place in Spiritual Life

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Join in exploring our connection to space and how our surroundings influence spiritual experience.  Do we make space sacred or does it have energy of its own that persists beyond our influence?  How can the energy of a location influence our actions and impressions?  When should we embrace or attempt change a spiritual landscape?  What […]