We explore silence as a spiritual practice, drawing on more than 20 years of experience with various meditative practices. The Spirit in Practice series seeks to help us grow in our connections to the sacred, however we define the sacred.
A reprise program from October 10, 2019.
Betty Mills, a founding member, recalls the startup of our Fellowship and her own personal journey.
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We will be visiting the Fargo Moorhead UU. This service will be hybrid. You can join us online or in person (masks required).
Sometimes life takes us on an unexpected journey with an unexpected happy ending. I would like to talk about my … read more.
Rev. Sharon Dittmar
American society has acculturated us to ideas about how our bodies should look and function. There are norms for everything from weight to brain functioning. Many of us spend a good deal of time trying to meet these norms in defiance of our … read more.
This service will be ONLINE only.
Spirit in Practice, like Unitarian Universalism, affirms many definitions of spirituality. One need not believe in God or a supernatural “spirit” to be spiritual or to have a spiritual practice. In essence, our spirituality is our connection with the … read more.
Marnie Piehl uses her own journey to illustrate the Unitarian Universalist fourth principle calling for a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
Rev. Phillip Lund
According to recent surveys of religion in America, a continued decline of church membership seems inevitable. What does this mean for we who enjoy the social benefits that belonging to a religious community provide? How do we manage the tension between hope and … read more.
This Sunday we will be visiting Minnesota Valley UU Fellowship. This service will be hybrid. You can join us online or in person (masks required).
In 2020, the UUA Commission on Institutional Change issued the report, Widening the Circle of Concern. The committee that worked on … read more.
Karen Fay Thompson
Perhaps one of the most quietly exciting Earth-centered religious festivals of the year, Imbolc celebrates the beginning of spring. In this program, we will review the history of this ancient holiday and see how the Church adapted it to St. Brigid’s Day to … read more.