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The Spirituality of Hard Work

Christopher Hyson

Building a great monument, raising a child, perfecting an Excel spreadsheet, and even digging a hole in the back yard—doing hard work brings us great rewards. Cultures throughout history have expressed their value of hard work in their own ways. We’ll explore how our own hard work rewards us today.

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Upcoming Calendar Events

Sep
1
Thu
5:30 pm Women’s Steps for Change
Women’s Steps for Change
Sep 1 @ 5:30 pm
Open AA group meets in the classroom downstairs.
Sep
4
Sun
9:00 am Membership Committee @ UCWC Office
Membership Committee @ UCWC Office
Sep 4 @ 9:00 am – 9:45 am
Membership Committee @ UCWC Office | West Chester | Pennsylvania | United States
 
9:00 am Sunday Morning Meditation @ UCWC
Sunday Morning Meditation @ UCWC
Sep 4 @ 9:00 am – 9:30 am
Sunday Morning Meditation @ UCWC | West Chester | Pennsylvania | United States
Every Sunday morning a small group gathers in the first room on the left in the hall downstairs for meditation. Sometimes it’s in silence, sometimes it’s with recorded music or chants, and sometimes it’s a … Continued
9:30 am First Sunday Food Collection @ UCWC
First Sunday Food Collection @ UCWC
Sep 4 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
First Sunday Food Collection @ UCWC | West Chester | Pennsylvania | United States
This Month’s Suggested Items: Paper Products (Toilet Paper, Tissues, Paper Towels) We participate in the “Circle of Giving” program that assures the West Chester Food Cupboard of specific items on any given month according to … Continued
10:00 am “Spirituality of Hard Work”
“Spirituality of Hard Work”
Sep 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Christopher Hyson. Building a great monument, raising a child, perfecting an Excel spreadsheet, and even digging a hole in the back yard—doing hard work brings us great rewards. Cultures throughout history have expressed their value … Continued

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I joined the UFWC in 1999, looking for a spiritual home that wouldn't have a dogma or set of beliefs that everyone had to subscribe to, but one that respected everyone's personal views and journey concerning the big questions of life. Read the full testimonial.