Topic: Spiritual Growth

Transformation & Repair

One of the proposed Article II values is  “Transformation”. We adapt to the changing world.
We covenant to collectively transform and grow spiritually and ethically.  Openness to change is fundamental to our Unitarian and Universalist heritages, never complete and never perfect.”

This value informs our commitment and work for … read more.


Rev. Jane Page visits on Easter Sunday with a personal message in which she reclaims the Resurrection story as an important metaphor for humanists and others who may avoid this source of inspiration. 

Sweet Mystery of Life

Every day people spend sixteen or so hours working, playing, eating, reading, operating computers of all types, and doing what needs to be done.  People sleep – usually at night —  for approximately eight hours, although some sleep much less and a few sleep more. The transition … read more.

Religion, Spirituality, and the Non-Binary Brain

The two halves of our brain can function independently or collaboratively. Organized religions is a product of left-brain thinking–verbal, calculating, planning, orderliness.  Spiritually finds its home in the right brain in creativity, art, music, poetry, and direct experience of awe, mystery, and wonder.  How do … read more.

Breaking Through Resistance

Why do we resist what we most long for? With awareness, insight and practice we learn to move through resistance with grace. 

Elisa’s sermon and songs invite us to become aware of inner obstacles and to say “yes” to growth opportunities that enhance joy, connection and … read more.

Growing a Whole Life Practice

Religion need not be just something that one believes but something that one does. And, that something grows and changes as we grow in our lives.  Think of this as an good adjunct to the “Building Your Own Theology” study course created by the UUA.  

Can You Say God?

Rev. Jane will revisit Unitarian Universalism’s attempt to reclaim some religious language in light of her recent month long sabbatical in London.