Sunday, May 13, at 12:30 p.m., the Pagosa Unitarian Universalist will continue our Religious Exploration program for 2012, facilitated by Julie Loar, religious education and program coordinator.
This year, we are exploring a program called “Spirit of Life,” which is based on the hymn of the same name.
Each session focuses on a different aspect of the spiritual life as framed by the lyrics of Carolyn McDade’s song.
The series is part of the Tapestry Of Faith curriculum from the Unitarian Universalist Association.
This month’s session helps participants connect with the sacred in everyday living. The discussion and experiences are intended to bring enhanced awareness to daily activity and show how we can allow the Spirit of Life to, “move in our hands” as our hands do the work of daily living.
The program aspires to bring meaning, beauty, inclusivity and growth to Unitarian Universalist adults as they deepen their spiritual awareness and connections.
Meetings are held at the UU Fellowship in Greenbriar Plaza at Park and North Pagosa. Please bring a brown bag lunch and take part in a stimulating discussion and exchange. There is a suggested donation of $10 to support our Religious Exploration program.