Topic: Belonging

The path of belonging to something larger than ourselves.
Does who I am end at the barrier of my skin?

Open Circles

Just hearing the word “belonging” can conjure up a deep desire to be included- but being let into the circle is only one section of the path of belonging.  This morning, we’ll explore another section of the path- getting to participate in expanding the circle.

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Flowing Like Time – Water Communion

This year, it feels especially important to reflect on our coming back together after our summer activities.  We’ve been apart in some form or another for two and a half years.  Let’s celebrate coming back together in multigenerational worship with stories and song – and … read more.

Freedom and Justice Rising

“Freedom and Justice Rising:  connecting the values of faith and organized labor this Labor Day” with Teresa Mambu Rasch (via Zoom).

This Labor Day, our labor movement is fighting for fundamental change in the workplace, for a new day of dignity and voice for all workers. … read more.

Prairie at 50

As we explore our monthly theme of belonging, three members of Prairie UU Society across town will reflect on their spiritual home as it celebrates its 50th anniversary with the publication of a history book. Please join Mary Mullen, Barbara Park and … read more.

Can the Journey Be Home?

The Greek philosopher Heraclitus observed that “change is the only constant in life.”  As a faith community involved in the work of peace, justice, and sustainability, we’re well aware of the energy it takes to make, and to keep up with, change.  This morning we’ll … read more.

Host or Guest?

The national conversation about Indigenous Peoples Day calls us to think about discovery and colonization.  This morning, in multigenerational community, we’ll explore how our sense of belonging might shift depending on whether we think of ourselves as guests or as hosts.  We’ll also hold a … read more.

Whose Are We?

Our identities are inextricably tied to our relationships.  Douglas Steer asks, “With whose life is your own bound up, inextricably, in obvious or invisible ways?” To begin our month of reflection on what it means to be a people of belonging, we’ll explore the threads … read more.