Topic: Storytelling

The Farthest Shore

Ursula LeGuin was one of the literary greats of the 20th century, a wise, radical trailblazer who, across more than 50 books—novels, poetry, translations and criticism—expanded and deepened the boundaries of science fiction and fantasy literature. This service will feature an exploration of one of her greatest works—The Farthest Shore. 

“I look forward to sharing it with you.”  Steven Epperson

An Intergenerational Winter Solstice

Robin and Owl argue over which is better: day or night? But what if we only have one or the other? Anyone can show up and don a mask or costume to join those with rehearsed parts.

We explore the need for balance within our own life, within nature and within society. Come celebrate the darkest part of the year and the return of light to come.

So, What Is Spirit Play?

You may have heard of Spirit Play. It happens in Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist Religious Education classes all over North America for our three to ten year olds.

Is it a play? What kind of play? Or is it a methodology? Why and how is it different from other religious education instruction, and why do adults ask to learn about their Unitarian roots, principles and sources with the Spirit Play methodology when they hear about it?

Come and see how Joy Silver unveils the mystery of Spirit Play.