American history is messy. So is present day America. In that light, how do we make sense of the annual celebration of our nation’s founding? With Ministerial Intern David Buckley.
How do mindful breath practices lead to unexpected discoveries, including reduced stress and anxiety, better sleep, and greater peace of mind? Tap into the extraordinary power of your ordinary breath! Debby Magnuson is a longtime FUS member and BreathLogic Level 2 Instructor. She leads breathwork sessions locally and nationally.
A congregation is organic, ever adapting to its environment. Let’s consider some things FUS has done over the years and what we might be ready for next. With Rev. Dr. David Breeden
A congregation is organic, ever adapting to its environment. Let’s consider some things FUS has done over the years and what we might be ready for next. With Rev. Kelli Clement
Have you ever noticed that we often hear about the war between science and religion but never about the war between science and poetry? A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden. To learn more about first Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, go to https://firstunitarian.org
Some suggest that for movements of resistance to injustice to be effective, they must articulate a positive vision of the world that reflects the justice they seek in addition to the injustices they oppose. Join Ministerial Intern David Buckley as he explores one emerging vision of the path to a better world that Humanists may want to embrace.