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What gifts do we bring to the Divine Child, inside us and in others? How hard a journey are we willing to undertake to see that our gifts are given well? Three of our very long time church members Bob and Alan date back to the '70s, Emmie since the early '90s are Jews, and will share their memories of family Channukah celebrations. Bells are a prominent Christmas symbol: silver bells, sleigh bells, steeple bells. They call out, but to what are they calling us? Come explore this question on this mostly music Sunday while the choir and BUUF musicians share the joy and music of Christmas.
Our children and youth share stories of the season from their unique perspectives. Join us for a celebration of exploration and discovery of the season!
Skits, singing, music, music and more music, along with treats and cookies. For many of us Chaucer's account of a group pilgrimage to Canterbury was our first knowledge of this practice. Most of us have never been on a physical pilgrimage, but while the custom has waned in the Western world, some Eastern religions still maintain the practice.
And then there are spiritual pilgrimages which are universal and usually private, and while not physically arduous, they are nonetheless demanding. Today several members of the congregation will speak of their spiritual journeys to Unitarian-Universalism. This day is dedicated nationwide to memorializing the transgendered person who have died because of their gender. She and Elizabeth will reflect in an appropriately memorial way, and Emilie will share hopeful parts of her life.
We Unitarian Universalists pride ourselves on our diversity. Is this entirely justified? Are there any "categories" that we do not feel compelled to embrace? How do we deal respectfully with genuine difference?
Their daughters will reflect on their lives, in honor of Veterans' Day. The lively and colorful Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, fascinates us Norteamericanos, who tend to be pretty "Protestant" in our attitude toward death. Come join in a more unfettered celebration of our beloved dead than we are accustomed to. Twenty back-and-forth trips to Zimbabwe over the past two decades have led Richard to reflect about his place, and that of other privileged people, in the larger world.
He'll use an example from his experience with Zimbabwe Artists Project to help ground some of the conclusions he has drawn. Child Dedication. In this incarnation official incorporation in , the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has been in our Valley for 50 years! Join Elizabeth and several of her inter-faith colleagues, as she shares our history, and they share blessings. How many of us actually pay attention to the act of listening? Do we listen to nature? Each other? There will be good listening, as Elizabeth and the choir explore the subject.
Walt Whitman is called "The Bard of Democracy," for giving voice to the once upon a time?
He came from a family of progressives and embraced the causes of social justice, and yet in his poetry he often takes a stance of classic Buddhist "detachment," as described by and exemplified by Rabindranath Tagore. Did Whitman ever reconcile detachment and his yearning for social justice?
Can we? Elizabeth will preach her annual "humor sermon," in which she delves profoundly into the religio-intellectual-social implications of humor. Or—well—maybe it's her excuse for telling jokes from the pulpit? Don't forget to bring water from your summer places.
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A look at the other side of Christianity. The First years the religion of Christianity was not what we know today. A look at how Christianity got to where it is today. Most people will talk about almost anything before they talk about money. Sharon gets down and gets comfortable speaking about one of our culture's well know conversational taboos.
Who knew? At least 6 elementary schools in Boise are named after famous UUs. What were they all about? What were some of the virtues that our children might learn from them?
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Who wants to bet no one knew they were UU's when they named the schools? Jim Lyons and Roger Sherman will explore those questions and more in this service for the curious. Dan Hotchkiss, in his book, Governance and Ministry states, "Religion transforms people; no one touches holy ground and stays the same. The heart is a muscular pump little larger than a fist that moves one million barrels of blood in the average lifetime—enough to fill three oil supertankers.
All that and it has its own brain.
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- Sunday Service, December 7, 10:30 - 11:30?
What does it mean to live with a whole heart? Our values guide our beliefs, actions, and behaviors. They are the lenses through which we see the world and measure our understanding. Beauty is a value that is more than just "skin deep". Join me in celebration of beauty. Lance will explore Pioneer Day celebrating the perseverance and dedication of the early settlers. On July 24th many in the west celebrate and honor our pioneer heritage, those who crossed the plains and created many of the cities and towns where we live today. Service and Advocacy are the two feet of social Justice. When we fill backpacks for the Idaho Foodbank or help people at the Capital City Market use their food stamps at the market, we are doing service.
Advocacy allows us to address the root causes of hunger by addressing policies that lead to food insecurity. Memories can accumulate importance over the years. Music will range through camp and scout songs to rousing renditions of Sunday School favorites in order to share the joy and further spark congregational reverie.
Bob Wallace will provide campfire guitar accompaniment. We live in troubled times. Things are grave, indeed, but lest we start to take ourselves too seriously—as individuals, as a community, as a religion—I think I'll try defying gravity!
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Well we have the chance to hear what they have to say this Sunday on tolerance. Do you proudly count yourself among those who are productive and get things done—those who are so conscientious, busy and driven to do good work that you put off allowing yourself to slow down, and disengage? Do you ponder the irony that you don't have enough time to open up to and explore a more spiritually rewarding and less stressful life? If so, have you considered that you—the busy one—may be procrastinating?
Yes, drawing on the wisdom of sages like Ellen Degeneres, Eckhart Tolle, Pema Chrodron, Woody Allen and Mark Twain, Bill will turn procrastination upside down and explore how "busy people" can become more comfortable and less anxious about slowing down. Kirtan is the ancient Hindu practice of call and response chanting.
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While I will talk briefly, the service will be more concerned with being surrounded by the voices of the people around us, and then experiencing the silence that follows. On this first-Sunday-of-summer-schedule, we have a briefer-than-usual service, starring Flower Communion: everyone brings a flower to put in the community vases, then, at a certain point in the service, we each take a flower back.
If you forget your flower, well, Providence always steps in, in the form of other people. Aging is really a new experience and something of a surprise for anyone who reaches retirement age so it's is no wonder that so much foolishness is written about its "prevention. The saddest of both young and senior citizens are those who have no sense of wonder or enthusiasm.
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- Celebrating Easter.
- Kirsten Malcolm Berry.
Come celebrate our children on this first annual Religious Exploration Celebration! Love, home, and family have been the over-arching themes this year, so join us for discoveries galore for all ages!
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