Volunteers sought for summer lay-led services

What is your spiritual practice?

What do you do to feed your spirit? Do you use prayer or meditation? Does music or art fill your soul? Do you find inspiration in writing or reading poetry?

Continuing our long-standing tradition, we will have a number of lay-led services over the summer. We want to make this the summer of spiritual practice and are looking for volunteers to assist us with presenting services exploring the many ways we keep ourselves grounded, inspired and at peace.

You may have an idea for a whole service, or you may just have a practice you would like to share as part of a larger service. Maybe there is a song that you play, sing or listen to. Perhaps you have a favorite poem or prose piece that you turn to. Or maybe you can describe how working in your garden or walking in the woods connects you to our world. We welcome whatever you are willing to share to help us explore the full range of spiritual experience.

The Worship Associates and ministers will work with all volunteers to assist in structuring a whole service, if that is your choice, or to help you integrate your contribution into a service involving multiple volunteers.

Every contribution is necessary if we are going to fairly reflect the diversity of practice we know lives at UUCC. Please contact any of the Worship Associates (Tim Dickerson, Todd Iveson, Iyesatu Kamara-Bush, Gretchen Maune, Jeff Ordway, or Sam Otten), Rev. Molly, or Intern Minister George Grimm-Howell if you are interested in participating.