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Sunday, February 14 ~ 10:45 a.m.

 Hendrix Hall

Intimacy and the Words that Never Leave God’s Mouth

Guest Speaker Johannah Murphy

All of us have struggled at one point or another with intimacy and what it means to be intimate in the context of various relationships. Cheryl Strayed comments that “we must build the intimacy that we deserve,” but what does this mean in a spiritual context? Can a spiritual intimacy help us build relationships, and can it be there for us when we have lost a sense of intimacy with our friends or partners? This week we will explore what spiritual intimacy could be, and what it is for us now.

Johannah (Jo) Murphy completed her Masters of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School this past May. Prior to Divinity School she worked in Malawi in a small village with the Peace Corps as a Community Based Resource volunteer working on environmental projects such as constructing and promoting fuel efficient stoves and permaculture techniques and gardening. Her studies at Harvard have brought her to India to work with women and teens and she has dabbled in studies of Hinduism and African religions. She enjoys baking and jogging and hopes to someday become a Unitarian Universalist Minister.

Music with Jacob Butler

Religious Exploration

This Sunday we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. We will discover who St. Valentine was, and will share what and who we love with one another. We will also make valentines for our loved ones.

We will continue to collect change to help make a difference.

Religious Exploration this week will be led by Jen Dunbar and Stefan Silverio

 

 

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