True compassion recognizes that all the boundaries we perceive between ourselves and others are an illusion. What does it mean to “do compassion” in these difficult times?
We have no choice but to be haunted. Long after a loved one or friend dies, we still have undelivered messages for that person. This service, drawing on pre-Christian traditions of the Celts, addresses that unmet need.
Explore the complex issues surrounding Unitarian Universalism and the military. Rina Shere (hospital chaplain at the VA Medical Center in Cleveland) will speak about the history of our faith as it relates to the armed forces, and share stories about war and peace from the veterans she ministers to in times of sickness and crisis.