Posts Tagged ‘Generosity’
Gandhi called poverty “the worst form of violence.” Today, we bring compassion to poverty in all its various forms. Today’s service begins the seventh month in a year-long series that explores spiritual themes. March’s theme is COMPASSION. Dealing with change in courageous and creative ways plays a significant part in the development of a well- […]
The last year has been difficult. Early in the process, I had this thought: “This is a community that has a lot of resources. Pull UUCA in even closer, and UUCA will help you through this.”
I challenge you to look at your life without this congregation being an integral part of it and perhaps that vision may assist you in digging just a little deeper.
Something has kept you coming back, has sparked your sense of connection – and helped you be engaged with the people of this congregation. Here’s what I believe: the more you seek to be a part of the life of UUCA, the more you will experience the benefit of that engagement.
For me, UUCA is nourishment for healthy minds and healthy spirits. It is mind-expanding and spherical in its perspective. And its positions on issues of consequence adhere to high moral principles. UUCA has a notable past, a strong and vibrant present, and a bright, relevant future.