We ARE the Music

“We ARE the Music” John Britt, Lisa Maynard and Scott Farrell If aliens landed, heard music for the very first time and asked us what it was, how would you describe it? What role does it play in human experience? Music is an expression of the human spirit. It enhances

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Resting in the Grace of the World

In these extraordinary times, where the world is in a great pause, we are practicing and renewing our faith in more radical ways. Humanity finds itself more than ever inextricably part of the interdependent web of existence. As we live into the unknown, we have a rare moment of hindsight

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Mindful Conversation as Spiritual Practice

Our body’s feelings and sensations are wise guides for meaningful conversation.  Life affirming communication begins with vibrant, honest relationships with ourselves.  Compassionately observing and listening to our feelings and experiences and speaking from an awareness of these sensations and perceptions (sharing whatever we deem wise and useful), empowers us to

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Arts of Inclusion: Story and Song with the Go Janes

The Go Janes  (Arni Adler, Patrice O’Neill, and Kathleen Tracy) have decades of experience as performers, visual and recording artists, community organizers, educators, and inquisitive consumers of life. Through story and song we’ll step together into a common circle of humor, beauty, mystery, and humanity. Learn more about the Go Janes here:  https://gojanesmusic.com/

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Why Do You UU?

Today is the kickoff of our annual stewardship campaign, Westside Begins with We! Worship Associate Chris Darnell will lead a “This I Believe” service focused on what draws us to this faith. Hear about what brings us to share time, talent, and treasure in stewardship of our faith values and beloved community.

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Westside Begins with We

We continue to find that we are stronger when we rely on each other, when we trust in each other.  We are practicing a new way of worshipping together, responding to public health concerns.  We give thanks for the gifts of an emergent faith tradition that can sustain us in

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Return Again

Like the ancient redwoods, we are made strong by binding ourselves together. We are invited to return again to the core of Unitarian Universalism, where we practice our faith together as a community of beings and becomers.

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