Speaker: Rev. Aaron Stockwell

Remembering Well

In many traditions, this is the time of the year where we remember our ancestors, either in ritual practice or by the holiday traditions our family’s hold. In a time of physical distancing, I wonder how might these rituals shift. How might we remember those … read more.

Sabbath as Resistance

How do we seek to change the world? One way is downshift using contemplative practices. In this multigenerational service, join Rev. Aaron and Rebecca as they explore several spiritual practices which can serve not only as rituals that ground us, but also a form of resistance.

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Don’t do anything, just sit there

Whether we need to rest or to be re-energized, spiritual or contemplative practices can help. The theme for the month of October is contemplative practices. In this sermon, Rev. Aaron will introduce some of his favorites and the ones that he finds most meaningful.

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Days of Awe

As our Jewish siblings observe the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur during this time of the year, I want to explore what these holy days might be able to teach us and wonder what similar Unitarian Universalist practices do we have?

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