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Goals (Spirit of Life)

Participants will:

  • Become familiar with a broad and inclusive definition of spirituality—one that includes those who do and do not affirm the existence of spirit or deity
  • Evaluate their experiences of the spiritual during turning points in their lives and during day-to-day living
  • Learn methods for being attentive to their spirituality
  • Consider the value of spiritual practice, in any variety of forms, as a means to deepen faith and enhance the quality of everyday living
  • Participate in the spiritual practices of speaking and listening with respect
  • Explore a vocabulary of reverence drawn from the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook Singing the Living Tradition and its supplement, Singing the Journey
  • Articulate thoughts, feelings, and longings in authentic ways, and develop their understanding of the spiritually healing value of such authenticity
  • Explore possibilities for deepening experiences of spirituality for themselves and for others in the context of their Unitarian Universalist congregation.

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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.

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