Date(s) - 10/08/2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Resilience can also be an ongoing quality of internal strength and hardiness, producing a supple capacity for prospering amid whatever difficult conditions might emerge. It can be an overarching practice—intentionally building a resilient way of life, both individually and together. It is not about merely recovering from one trial or another, one after another. Resilience is also a proactive skill and a way of life, both personally and in community. We will be discussing resilience in our small groups.
Come anytime between 10:30-11:00 a.m. for coffee and and socializing or stay after the service!
Sunday School is available for children with a Unitarian Universalist adaptation of Jerome Berryman’s book, “Spirit Play” as the primary resource. We structure the morning based on the Montessori approach. As in Montessori, the key elements are the classroom environment and the teachers. These elements free the children to work at their own pace on their own activities after an initial lesson.