In two dimensional art, one of the ways we can convey depth and perspective is to use shadows. The same is true for our emotional lives. How might we use shadows to give depth and perspective to our personal growth processes? (Sunday Services associate: Lisa Lipscomb)
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
Superheroes are known for having one special power they use to save the world. We may not have superhuman strength or be able to jump a tall building in a single bound, but we do have gifts we can use to enhance our own lives and the world around us. What’s your superpower, and how does this community participate in helping you use it?
An Object Lesson – In recent months, a debate has arisen that has pitted environmentalists against people with disabilities. The world around us is increasingly polarized and the conversation about banning plastic straws is only one example. Unitarian Universalism holds tools that can help us to break apart binary constructions and find common ground. (Service Associate: Cathy Jaggars)