Each of us drinks from wells we did not dig, and digs wells from which others do or will drink. Join us this morning as we reflect on those who prepared the way for us and those for whom we are preparing the way.
A lot of attention is given to finding balance in our lives. What if balance has to do not so much with finding a still point on which to rest as it does with having a point on which to pivot? How can balance in motion be healing and liberating?
This morning's service celebrates a diversity of stories in our religious community. Together the congregation will build a cairn to express the uniqueness of our individual gifts and the collective power of our being in community. Our offering will benefit the UU Berks Food Pantry.
As a religious community, we are dedicated to caring for the overall well-being of members and friends. How do we hold each other in care, attending to the safety of minds, bodies, and spirits?