Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson, Guest Minister
Growing up as a Unitarian Universalist in the 1980’s and 1990’s, I was raised with no daily devotional practice. If I had been a Unitarian or a Universalist a hundred years ago, daily devotional practice, (in particular, prayer) would have been important and learned as a child. In our times, UU’s are exploring a variety of devotional practices, from Pagan, Christian, Buddhist, and other traditions. We’ll explore the what, the why, and the how of being a “people of devotion” to the spiritual life.