Topic: Listening

Listening to Hear

Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person they are indistinguishable. Listening to others opens our hearts in the same way. But how do we listen across our differences? How do we listen so that we really hear?

The Heart of Respect is Listening

This month’s worship theme is Listening. During this week’s service we’ll learn about and use active and reflective listening, getting to know one another through a practice in small groups.

Rashi Nessen and Susan Borg serve as Worship Associates at the MUUF. They are retired educators … read more.

The Ocean Refuses No River

This will be a Water Communion Service. Many of our UU congregations celebrate a version of this ritual each year. You are each invited to bring a small vial of water from a place that is important to you. This may be water from an … read more.

Special Fellowship Gathering

Please join us from 10:30am ~ 1:00pm on Sunday, September 5, for a Special Fellowship Gathering at the Kiley home. Bring a folding chair, your own cup/ plate/ utensils and whatever you can contribute to our Potluck Picnic. (In these Covid Times, if you would … read more.

MUUF Caroling Afternoon

Come sing with the MUUF Choir as we sing traditional Christmas carols, Hanukkah songs and some newer Solstice songs!

When: Sunday, Dec. 20, 3:00pm for approximately 1 hour
Where: Your home and ours by zoom.
Who: The MUUF Choir will lead the carols and you … read more.

Music in the Stillness

Stillness is not entirely empty. A stilled mind is a place of depth and energy. The energy that emerges within stillness is different from the regular energy of lives. That difference is worth one’s attention.

Charley Earp lives in Evanston IL and serves the Unitarian … read more.

Inheriting the Wind

When I learned that MUUF’s theme for the month of December was “listening,” my thoughts turned to the wind that so often seems to drown out all else. It whistles and moans and shrieks and rattles and is generally perceived to be negative. But I’m … read more.