Faith Forward Spiritual Practices

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Date(s) - 03/24/2022
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Faith Forward: Introduction to Spiritual Practices Beginning January 20th.
As human beings we naturally search for meaning as we seek to understand our relationship with others, with ourselves, and with life around us. We gather meaning by exploring and examining our experiences and when our quest for meaning is intentional, we often call it a spiritual practice.
Please join us, as together we survey practice avenues that are used for a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” (our 4th UU principle).  First offered in spring of 2020, this Faith Forward introductory program is again available beginning January 20.  The 12-session series gives participants the opportunity to look at many possible ways for exploring what is meaningful and how we connect to the sacred. The program affirms religious diversity while seeking unity in our communal quest for meaning and wholeness.
This drop-in program will meet every Thursday except the first Thursday of the month (when Faith Forward Beyond Inquirers is meeting).    Each session creates a forum for learning, sharing, and growth that can enrich our personal faith journeys.  Join us on Thursdays at 7:00pm by CLICKING HERE
The following is the Spiritual Practice schedule:
January 20    Defining Spiritual Practice
January 27    Finding your Spiritual Practice
February 10   Keeping Sabbath
February 17    Prayer
February 24   Meditation
March 10       Mindful Walking and Eating
March 17       Worship and Ritual
March 24       Discernment and Devotional Reading
March 31       Hospitality and Belonging
April 14          Work and Service
April  21         Retreat
April  28         Life as Spiritual Practice
You can drop in on these sessions anytime; they do not need to be taken in order. We will attempt to make this program regularly available. We encourage you to sign up before you attend by emailing so materials and suggestions can be sent to you ahead of time. Facilitators: M.E. Tanabe, Irene Raven, and Maureen Skuban.

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