FocUUs on History: Dorothea Dix (in person)

UUGP member Teresa Northcross shares what she has learned about Unitarian Dorothea Dix, a 19th century American woman whose trail-blazing work changed attitudes about mental illness and improved care for mentally ill people all over the world.

Feeding Your Inner Tortoise (in person)

In a world addicted to speed, slowness is a superpower. So say proponents of the Slow Movement, a cultural response to the mindset that faster is always better. Embracing slow food, slow cities, slow art, slow money, slow church, and much more, the Slow Movement has something to teach us about living well while treading lightly on the planet.

Embodied Healing Rituals: Sufi Islam’s Pathway to Peace and Love (Zoom)

Experts tell us that we are in liminal times and experiencing collective trauma that yearns to be healed. What can we learn from the Sufi Islamic embodiment rituals practiced to bring more healing into our own lives and communities? How can embracing embodied healing help heal and lead us to collective salvation, freedom, peace and love? Please join us as we welcome the Rev. Summer Albayati, our primary contact from the Pacific Western Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association and let us explore the answers in a spirit of love.

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