Rev. Lane Campbell joins us. Lane reflects, “Let us explore the church as a center of teaching and learning. Putting Religious Education at the center of our religious movement gives us the opportunity to see where we are called to teach and where we are called to learn. Out of a long tradition of valuing education, Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists honor the lifelong learner [...]
A hearty congratulations to all the children for a job well done last Sunday! It was wonderful to see our young people sharing some of what they’ve been learning this past year. Huge thanks go out to Molly for putting together such a lovely service.
We are all connected.
UUFM RE Kids(photo by Kim Belanger)
Join our youth for an inter-generational program on life and learning. We will acknowledge the completion of the RE year, themed “UU identity.” We’ll also celebrate the graduation of Katherine Colburn and Michaela Sievers, Mother’s Day and more! Convener: Molly McGaughey.
Katie Kingery-Page, Kim Belanger, and Rev Michael Nelson explore nurturing. They reflect, “The role of mothering, inclusive of the nurturing provided by men, is often accompanied by burdens of guilt and shame and provokes in us the need to deal with our own stories. The less we talk about shame, the more control it has over our lives. Freedom from shame liberates us to shape [...]
Anyone looking for the holy land might best begin with the earth that sustains us …
Rev Forrest Church, UU Minister
The holy holds you in stillness, calms all the mental chatter, the anxieties and fears that press. It focuses the power, mystery and beauty of the universe. It connects you brilliantly to the interdependent web of all existence. If for only a moment you [...]
Rev Ron Knapp, Minister Emeritus of the First Unitarian Church of Omaha, joins us. He writes, “The Tao-Te-Ching is one of the great classics of literature. It is said that only the Bible has been translated into more languages. The sermon will be a somewhat humorous exploration of a beautiful poem attributed to Lao Tzu.” Convener: Michael Oldfather.
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Topic-based discussion group open to people of all faiths and worldviews interested in alternative spirituality, mysticism, and paranormal experiences facebook/little apple metaphysical paranormal society Learn more from Sarah Burns at email@example.com.
What an incredible week. UUFM had a large contingent of folks show their support for the LGBT community by participating in the Little Apple Pride Parade on April 20. Thanks to everyone for a great time!
We all enjoyed marching in the Pride Parade.
We made it to the end of the parade and enjoyed the festivities!
On Sunday the 21st [...]
Reverend Michael Nelson reflects, ” The practice of living in the present helps us to know what it means to be at home in the self and with others. It challenges us to ‘see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wildflower.’ What helps us to live in the present in ways that allow you to ‘hold infinity in the palm [...]
After the service on April 7 some of us gathered at K-State’s All Faiths Chapel to enjoy some free music. We listened to the percussion studio of Kurt Gartner. Our music field trip series has come to an end, but we hope to start it up again in the fall when K-State is back in session. There’s always lots of great music to enjoy – [...]