The trail sign began at UCP's envisioning retreat in July 2019, when Chris Egle proposed his idea of having a bulletin board for our trail devotee neighbors. Victoria purchased the actual boards, complete with locking doors, and Mark set to work designing and building the structure from materials already in hand.
This month we are focusing our attention on Mother Earth, our relationship with nature and how we can better care for our planet. As people committed to spiritual awakening, we also embrace a reverence for all life and celebrate this interdependent web of all creation of which we are a part.
The group cleaned the entire 4-mile stretch in less than two hours, with 12 people!!!
The cookout was wonderful before launching out, an impromptu “love feast” party! A special shout-out to Jude for taking on the grilling and providing nourishment, and to all who brought dishes to share.
Giving birth to and nurturing your best self, or nurturing a world that works for everyone, is an adventure of a lifetime. All adventures are thrilling, but sometimes they’re enormously challenging. That’s because you are asked to stretch, grow and break out of the little box that has kept you small. How do you venture on when this happens?
Pay attention to…and follow…these six “guideposts” on your journey. They will support and empower you every step of the way.
On Sunday April 7 we gathered on the Serenity Trail for a celebration to welcome the statue of Jesus The Good Shepherd to our Sacred Spaces.
Rev Rosemary provided the following titled “The Lord is my Shepherd from New Thought Perspective”.
On Sunday, July 22, 2018, our furry/ feathered / scaled / other species family members were welcomed in spirit into the Sunday service. Some of the well-behaved furry ones made personal appearances. Others were represented with folders. At the end of the service, Rev. Victoria and Rev. Rosemary blessed many of the "extended" family.
Dawn broke with the gentlest of summer temperatures and humidity - just enough heat to make it a pleasure to dip into Jordan Lake. Families and friends laughed, shared stories and enjoyed each others' company at UCP's 4th Annual Picnic at Parker's Point on Jordan Lake on Saturday, July 14, 2018.