The Slippery Slopes

ON SITE & ZOOM. Rev. Barnaby reflected on how we can resist an age-old fallacy fueling polarization while remaining open to what is true about it. We shared our offering with the Brigid Alliance in support of Reproductive Civil Rights and spotlighted them and other reproductive rights efforts during social hour before carpooling to Ripton for a Spirit in Nature Hike to ponder the quotes on the UU trail. See Order of Service: 10.16.22 OOS.

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More on Spirit in Nature Hike: Thanks for joining us as we walked the Unitarian Universalists’ Path and enjoyed the meditative spirit that Spirit in Nature has to offer us following worship. The walk was an initial conversation about the signage on the UU Path – does the signage best reflect who we are? Which sayings might we want to keep and which sayings might we want to replace?  This was a family friendly event.  For more, contact Mike Greenwood or Alan Moore NOTE:  Our normally scheduled 3rd Sunday Congregation Conversation is generally held at CVUUS but this month occurred at SPiN.  Couldn’t make it?  No problem.  Additional opportunities to give input into the signage on the UU Path will occur at our January Congregation Conversation.