Wisdom tells me I am nothing. Love tells me I am everything. Between the two, my life flows. ~ Nisargadatta Maharaj
Schedule of Offerings | At-A-Glance
UUCY Adult Faith Development Self Study
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Adult Faith & Spirituality Development
As Unitarian Universalists, we often describe ourselves as seekers of truth. What we mean is that we assume there is always more to learn about ourselves and the world we live in, and so we keep our minds and hearts open to new perspectives, new facts, and new insights. Our liberal tradition has never accepted religious claims to know the only truth, or the whole truth. We do not think there is only one way to God, or one definition of God, or one true religion. We recognize that there are many perspectives, many beliefs, and many truths to be learned and understood. Therefore, religious education for us is a commitment to a life-long process of learning. ― Rev. Jill McAllister, People’s Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan
UUCY SoulFire | Promoting Spiritual Connection
Join us to enhance your connection to your deepest self, your life's gifts, and needs greater than your own. This is your opportunity to go deeper into our monthly worship themes and begin to immerse yourself in the community of this Special Place.
Messenger | The Work of Our Congregation
Messenger | Mary Oliver
My work is loving the world.
Here the sunflowers, there the hummingbird--
equal seekers of sweetness.
Here the quickening yeast; there the blue plums.
Here the clam deep in the speckled sand.
Are my boots old? Is my coat torn?
Am I no longer young, and still half-perfect? Let me
keep my mind on what matters,
which is my work,
which is mostly standing still and learning to be
The phoebe, the delphinium.
The sheep in the pasture, and the pasture.
Which is mostly rejoicing, since all the ingredients are here,
which is gratitude, to be given a mind and a heart
and these body-clothes,
a mouth with which to give shouts of joy
to the moth and the wren, to the sleepy dug-up clam,
telling them all, over and over, how it is
that we live forever.
Adult Faith Development
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Recent Monthly Offerings
Spirit in Practice
Facilitated by Susan Korsnick
First Sunday 11:30-1pm in the Sunroom
Third Tuesday 11:45-1pm in the Sunroom
Second Saturday 8:30 - 10am in the Sunroom
First and Third Saturday 8:30-10am in the Sunroom
Sunday 11:30 Carriage House
Recent Weekly Offerings
“How many slams in an old screen door? Depends how loud you shut it. How many slices in a bread? Depends how thin you cut it. How much good inside a day? Depends how good you live 'em. How much love inside a friend? Depends how much you give 'em.”
― Shel Silverstein