“The Mystery of Belonging”

Thought for Contemplation: "The Living Tradition which we share draws from many sources: Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life...." UUA Bylaws Margaret Fuller, one of the leading Transcendentalists of the 1830’s & 1840’s, said this of nature and of the greater wholeness of which we are a part: All around us lies what we neither understand nor use. Our capacities, our instincts for this our present sphere are but half developed. Let us confine ourselves to that till the lesson be learned; let us be completely natural before we trouble

“From Whence Does Your Hope Come?”

I want to begin this morning with a story and a disclaimer. It is, most assuredly, a first world story (that’s the disclaimer!) and not particularly heady which, I can sometimes tend to be! But it does illustrate where I am going and perhaps you will relate. It has been almost a year now, but it still fresh in my mind, especially as we prepare to undertake a similar project! We had decided it was time to have some work done on the tiny bathroom that the second owners of the house we live in had tucked into a corner of the master bedroom. We had some ideas and engaged a local contractor who was recommended to us. The hope was to better utilize the little footprint, to update of course,

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​Sunday Service 10:30 AM

Unitarian Universalist

Meeting House of Chatham

Open Minds — Loving Hearts — Helping Hands

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