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Now displaying: March, 2016
Mar 20, 2016

Natural burial, or "green burial," as it is commonly called, is the way human communities have buried their dead since time immemorial. Honoring the dead by lovingly returning their bodies to the earth from which we all come is an instinctively human act. Yet in the past few generations (and only in North America), our way, of caring for and burying the dead, has cut us off from the natural cycle of birth, death and renewal. Doesn't it make sense, for the environment, and to heal our modern disconnect with natural cycles of birth, death, and renewal, that we return to traditional practices of natural burial? Learn more in this informative, passionate, and very personal service by guest UU Minister, Bill Grupton.

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Mar 13, 2016

In her book Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life, religious scholar Karen Armstrong establishes how compassion is virtue according to all major world religions and the concrete steps one can take to make this one's guiding virtue.  Rev. Zinke, preaching.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis, IN

Mar 6, 2016
Many people think that the goal of Buddhism is enlightenment, but it is actually the regular and consistent practice of compassion. Let's look at the life and work of Buddhist activist and spiritual leader Thich Nhat Hanh as a means to grasp the significance of a life of compassion.
Rev. Zinke, preaching.
 
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