Weekly Live Meditations 

This series has completed.


Leaders include:

In Justice on Earth, Rev. Kathleen McTigue reminds us that if we want our activism to reflect our faith, there are compelling reasons to dedicate ourselves to spiritual practices because they ground us in something bigger than ourselves, help us stay in the present moment, cultivate the qualities we most want to bring forward, remind us that what we want to change in the world also exists in ourselves, and help sustain us through confusion and despair.

Earth-centered practices specifically

  • Remind us that we are nature
  • Help us create a heart-to-heart connection with the web of life
  • Help us release our grief and despair over the current state of the world and climate chaos
  • Give us practical tools for Earth care
  • Affirm our 1st, 7th (and  8th) principles of faith – worthiness of all humans, interdependence and beloved community. 
  • Help us live our UU Sixth Source: 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.