January 3: “Hands on the Wheel” (Online Service)


Presenter: Rev. Monica Dobbins
(Minister: First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City

Throughout 2020, we’ve felt as though someone else was driving the vehicle, and we were just along for the ride, barreling down the highway at top speed headed nowhere good.
We’ll all be glad to see that ride come to an end. But we can’t live on the defensive forever – at some point, we need to know what we are fighting FOR.

This year, how can we stop resisting, and start living inside our own imaginations? Join us at 10:30 Mountain Time this Sunday

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December 27: “I Can’t Listen When My Fists are Clenched” (Online Service)

Presenter: Rev. Jenny Peek
(Minister, Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship)

Whether or not anyone actually cheers when 2020 ends, we likely won’t shed many tears at its passing. Yet so many tears have we shed for the pain and suffering these many months have carried. Time to breathe, time to pause and give some witness to all the heartache. What has helped us so far, and what is better for letting go? Join us this Sunday when our visiting minister, Rev. Jenny Peek, brings us her reflection.

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December 6: “Still, Still, Still” (Online Service)

Presenter: Rev. Monica Dobbins
(Minister: Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden)

In some ways, we’ve been in a holding pattern since March – waiting for things to get back to normal.

What does it mean to wait well? In the season of Advent, we learn how waiting for its own sake enriches us spiritually and can help us during this time.

Please join us this Sunday at 10:30 Mountain Time.

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September 6: “The Practice of Being Human” (Online Service)

Presenter: Rev. Monica Dobbins

Life these days is overwhelming, with a global pandemic upending normal routines and American democracy threatened like never before. People with shallow roots can be swept up in the panic of uncertainty. Only by developing our inner lives through spiritual practice will we have the depth of character to withstand the changing tides.

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August 23: Connections for the Body and Spirit

Online Service (Beginning at 10:30 AM Mountain Time)

Our ties with others including family, friends and spiritual communities are so important to our mental, physical and spiritual health. Our faith communities are key connections for so many of us, but the pandemic, economy and social unrest has made this an especially challenging time. For all of us it has been a growing experience- some good and some bad. Join us to hear how some members of the Magic Valley and Boise Unitarian-Universalist Fellowships have faced and learned to cope with these challenging times.

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