Saturday, February 11th, 6-9pm in the Chalice Room Hygge: coziness and comfortable conviviality, engendering feelings of contentment and well-being, a defining practice of Danish culture. We’re taking a cue from the Danes and bringing hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) to FUS. Enjoy a relaxed evening with FUS friends, good conversation, music, and perhaps board games. Ideas for you to participate: Hot water, coffee, and use of the kitchen will be available; plateware and utensils… Read More »Hygge Night
HF1/SF1, the Protect Reproductive Options Act, also known as the PRO Act, would codify every individual’s right in Minnesota to make their own decisions about their reproductive health, including the right to end a pregnancy via abortion if they choose. We must pass the PRO Act to strengthen these protections and codify the right to reproductive freedom so that it… Read More »Protect Reproductive Rights
Increasingly, Minnesota is being asked to turn control of our water supply to large corporations that seek to develop mining operations that would impact the Boundary Waters and Lake Superior or to draw heavily from our aquifer to fill bottles of water that would be shipped and sold across our nation. Yet our state has no comprehensive water study that… Read More »Protect Our Water
Human beings are meaning makers, with metaphor as a primary tool for understanding. Using labyrinth imagery, let’s explore what it means to release, receive, and integrate as ways of centering. A talk from Rev. Kelli Clement
Mindfulness is for everybody. It’s scientific. It’s non-sectarian. It’s approved by Silicon Valley. Nearly everyone in American culture knows it: Mindfulness is just plain good for you
What is popularly known as “finding yourself” can be an individualistic and solitary endeavor, or it can be about centering yourself while realizing that none of us is the center. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.