People’s dreams have changed during Covid-19, in ways similar to, but also different from other major life-threatening events. Rev. Heather will explore a particular method of dream work.
Speaker: Rev. Heather Fraser-Fawcett
After the success in quality and quantity (40 attendees) of our first Sunday Service on Zoom, 29 March 2020, services will be held regularly on Zoom until the effective end of the coronavirus pandemic lock-down is over.
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As Unitarians and Universalists, we draw on many sources to enrich, explain, and broaden the spiritual stirrings of our heart. In this time of Thanksgiving, let’s take time to revisit the sources that ground our U.U. faith.
May we celebrate in gladness!
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What is the most important question you are not asking yourself? In today’s sermon, Rev. Heather will consider some of the questions she’s grappled with on her quest for understanding and meaning.
What have been, and what are, your deep questions?
‘It’s New Years
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Two women talk one day and mention that their husbands need to get more exercise. Two spiritual masters talk one day and tell each other that their wives are after them to exercise. This reflection is about what happens next.
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This service led by Sheila and Heather FF will celebrate women whose passion and convictions led to taking bold risks for what they were determined to do. Rev. Heather Fraser Fawcett will share the story of Mary Ann Hayden Church in the early 1800s. She … read more.
This service is about “dancing in the eye of the hurricane.”
How do we, in these times of rapid acceleration and great change, not only cope, but actually thrive? We have the need to find and be in a lively, yet peaceful state, as individuals and communities, … read more.
Rev. Heather Fraser-Fawcett tells us: Beauty matters. It surprises us and sustains us. It is in our essence and in the essence of others, places, and things. Sometimes, we need the eyes of the heart to truly see beauty.