Location and Times
 

Summer Camp for Trans+ and Gender-Creative Kids 6-13


 
2019-07-12T17:18:09+00:00
 

August 9, 2019

Strangely Familiar – Reflection and Video From August 4, 2019.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sinw5SpZmI Reflection:  Strangely FamiliarReadings: Luke 24:13-15; 28-31Being a Pilgrim by Mark Nepo (p. 34 The Book of Awakening) We have travelled more than 30,000 kilometers since we saw you last. We have been privileged to travel by air, rail, road and river, on planes, cars, and hydrofoil, spent days on trains and horseback and log lots of new miles on our feet. We’ve been touched by country side of Germany, the amazing cities of Berlin,
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August 8, 2019

Featured Book: The Soul’s Religion: Cultivating a Profoundly Spiritual Way of Life

“…Today people all over the world are abandoning their religions in disgust and anger,” Thomas Moore reckons in this long-awaited companion volume to his 1992 bestseller, Care of the Soul. “Still, everyone has an instinct for the transcendence. People know intuitively that some kind of spiritual life is necessary, and so many are searching on their own….”  Once a monk in a Catholic religious order for a dozen years, a psychology professor, and a practicing
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August 8, 2019

Seeking Youth & Children Program Leaders

SSUC is seeking three program leaders Do you love working with youth and children, and want to help teach the wisdom and values that they will carry with them through life? We are seeking to fill three contracts for paid coordinators to help plan and deliver our children and youth programs each Sunday. As a program leader, you will offer an atmosphere and experience to children/youth that will teach, nurture and help them develop as individuals,
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August 6, 2019

Outdoor Gathering

Our annual outdoor gathering is happening on Sunday, August 11th at 10:00am.  Celebrate our connection to nature, and experience a morning of appreciating wild-ness! Come for singing, drumming, wisdom, and a morning of being community together outside on the east lawn. There will be something for everyone: an all-ages gathering so bring your kids, your grandkids or your elders! Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on (other chairs will be available), and
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July 26, 2019

Featured Book: Why Religion? A Personal Story

Elaine Pagels, who wrote the last of the SSUC Library’s Featured Books—her foundational work, The Gnostic Gospels— “is a hard person to describe in a word,” though the Washington Times reviewer of Why Religion? tried: scholar, author, historian, heretic. But Philip Kopper concludes, “‘hero’ fits best, namely an individual who faces ordeals of indescribable agony, and prevails….”   According to Publishers Weekly, Pagels, in Why Religion?, “addresses the titular question by recounting her life story.” It is “a
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