Unitarians draw on many sources, including:
“Spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature.”
Turning the Wheel of the Year – Special Events
We plan to offer public rituals for the eight sabbats: solstices, equinoxes and cross-quarter days.
Our events usually involve creating a sacred space to honour the four elements/directions – Earth/North, Air/East, Fire/South and Water/West as well as the God and Goddess (masculine and feminine) and our spiritual centre.
We also offer:
- A ten-session experiential program, Paganism 101 explores paganism in depth in a group setting. You can contact us to be added to the waitlist for the next opening, or order a copy of the curriculum. Suggested donation to the Unitarian church is $50.00.
- Opportunities to walk our two outdoor labyrinths and participate in events including World Labyrinth Day.
Unitarian Earth Spirit Council
The council that organizes Earth Spirit events includes:
Chair: Mairy Beam
Our buildings and grounds offer many opportunities to experience the awe and wonder of nature. From the sanctuary, you can see outside to the natural world. The garden path labyrinth and courtyard paved labyrinth offer a unique meditation experience. You are invited to snip flowers and herbs as you walk the labyrinth.
Some interesting organizations and links
Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans offer many resources.
Are You a Unitarian-Universalist (and/or a Pagan?)
Question #20 reads: “Revering (and/or worshipping) nature should be fundamental to my belief group.”
If you answer “agree” to this question, you might want to join us!