Adult Spiritual Growth
“People come to church longing for, yearning for, hoping for … a sense of roots, place, belonging, sharing and caring. People come to a church with a search for community, not committee.” — Glenn Turner
Last Sunday each month, 9:30-10:30am (generally) – Allen Parlor
Often called Loving Kindness Meditation, Metta Meditation is a way to awaken our hearts and help us become more compassionate. It is a practice in which we water the seeds of our good intentions, and can help us to be more centered, loving, forgiving and wise towards ourselves and others. It comes from the Buddhist tradition, but can be practiced by anyone. Some of you may be familiar with this form of mediation. It is simple to learn, even as ongoing practice fosters deepening layers of awareness and benefit.
We’ll meet the last Sunday of the month (usually). This is open to all, ages 12 and older, members of FPD or outside the congregation.
Questions? Email or call Rev. Tricia at email@example.com; or 617-645 9681.
Strengthening Our Spirit
First Wednesday each month 6-7:30pm (generally) – Allen Parlor
Led by Rev. Annie Gonzalez Milliken
If you’re finding yourself afraid, overwhelmed, enraged, or just plain confused by the social and political times we’re in, you’re in good company. These monthly sessions, led the Rev. Annie Gonzalez Milliken, will support you in building the spiritual skills you need to take care, get through and do what needs doing.
Contact Rev. Annie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 309-310-234.