Every Sunday morning a small group gathers for meditation. Sometimes it’s in silence, sometimes it’s with recorded music or chants, and sometimes it’s a combination. It’s always, however, a time for quietly exploring our inner selves and breathing—just breathing.
If you’ve never meditated before, don’t feel intimidated. We can help you with a brief introduction to the practice and some tips. If you’ve meditated but only do it sporadically, that’s fine. This is just an opportunity, open to everyone, to come and breathe and let go and set aside one half-hour each week to devote to quiet.
Rev. Dan Schatz.
The actions each of us take for justice can make a large difference in the world. In this service we will tell justice stories, and celebrate our own capacity for the work of the world. Along with Rev. Schatz, we will hear from Rick Williams, Director of the Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN).
Rick Williams, Director of the UUPennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN), will give a brief presentation about the organization.