It’s okay to fall short. The Spirit moves through cracks in our hearts and in our lives. We do our best, and it is in doing small things that most of us change the world. Lay Leader: Rev. Sarah Schurr. Special Guest Minister: Meg Barnhouse.
This Sunday: A pilgrimage is a long journey or search of religious or spiritual significance. Two UUFF members share their stories about recent inward or external journeys of spiritual significance to them. Marilyn Richardson will tell us about spiritual retreats she has taken with Thich Nhat Hanh in Plum Village, France, Ram Dass in Portland, Oregon, and Wayne Dyer at Machu Pichu, Peru. Dave Welch will talk about his personal journey with Kundalini yoga and the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, including three separate, intense weeks of instruction in the Aquarian Teacher Training program that culminated in his being certified as a Kundalini Yoga Instructor on April 19th, 2009. This is a follow up to our November service, Pilgrimages Part I: Back to Our Roots, when Julia Stewart and Marilyn Russell talked about their journey to Unitarian villages in Transylvania, Romania. Speakers, Marilyn Richardson and Dave Welch. Lay leader, Lisa Sporleder. Accompanist, Marsha Sousa.