Silence can often be a commodity in a world that urgently needs our attention. However, the ability to be silent or to bring silence to our minds or bodies, when necessary, is a valuable spiritual practice that comes to us from many faith traditions. Join with us for an interactive worship service of silence, contemplation, and reflection on when not to be silent.
Greg is a religious educator and seminarian who studies at Claremont School of Theology. He serves on the Board of Trustees of our Unitarian Universalist Association, and also works as the coordinator for More Than Sex-Ed, a Greater Los Angeles-based sexuality education collective that brings the UUA and United Church of Christ comprehensive sexuality education curriculum, Our Whole Lives, to schools, home school groups and the greater community.
Topics: Seeking Our Truth