A prayer by Powell Davies : ‘When we remember, O God, those we have loved and lost, help us to remember also how great a thing is loving, and that not to have loved would have been a far greater loss.’
Join us for Remembrance Sunday as we quietly recall our own times of loss.
Led by Tom Grimshaw. All welcome.
Open to all Unitarian members and attenders
This group will offer those attending space to explore 2 things:
• Our roots, in family and elsewhere: how they have influenced our arrival at the Unitarian Church?
• Our wings – how do we grow them, and where would we like them to take us? In other words, are we being called forward? Can we help to spark one another’s courage to step into or continue in the life we know would be truest to us?
• Group sharing
• Personal Journal work
Each session will contain one or more of the elements above – and other ideas that the group itself may form. Cups of tea are included and this is intended to be a safe and convivial and sacred space to explore our personal spiritual histories and journeys, our attachment to the Unitarian tradition (as a member or attender we already have some kind of attachment) and our aspirations. Creation is an open possibility, not a requirement – for poems or songs or paintings or other forms of expression that may naturally arise in the progress of the group.
This is session 1 of 6.
Led by Hilary Bichovsky. All welcome.