“Eye-bombing” is the silly practice of sticking adhesive googley-eyes to inanimate objects to make them into faces. Surprisingly, this practice has a deeper, more powerful meaning to us as UUs as we remember to humanize our neighbors, especially those with whom we might not see eye-to-eye. Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy, Senior Minister, has served the Fellowship […]

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Spiritual practices help connect with the depth dimension of life in the midst of struggle and change, and even through the everyday round. Walking the labyrinth is a     spiritual practice that supports our well-being by leading us on journey in both outer and inner life.  Come explore the mysteries and realities of labyrinths today! The […]

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Is the Hokey Pokey what it’s really all about?  A look at the human condition: the joys and challenges of becoming a fully human person. The Rev. Barbara Sajna is a Wisconsin native, originally from the Rhinelander area. She has a law degree from the University of Wisconsin and practiced with a general practice firm […]

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Anthrozoology with Dale Goodner

The study of human-animal interaction, it is a modern interdisciplinary field that overlaps with a number of other disciplines.  A major focus is “quantifying the positive effects of human-animal relationships on either party.’ The American Veterinary medical association calls it a, “mutually beneficial and dynamic relationship between people and animals that is influenced by their […]

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Enchantment comes easily when we are young but then we seem to pack it up in the suitcase of our youth, rarely to be experienced again. Author Katherine May says that it is still there, waiting patiently for us. How might we rediscover enchantment in our lives and could it help us to live more meaningfully? Rev. […]

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Delighting Our Spirits This Summer: Centered In Love  Summer’s slower pace offers opportunities to experience things we often can’t during the rest of the year. We seek out spiritual delight centered in love through which we nurture feelings of belonging, connectedness, and joy. As Unitarian Universalists we are called to extend this love into the […]

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‘People with disabilities’ are the country’s largest minority group, and one you can join anytime. Through the eyes of an artist, you’ll learn about disability etiquette, accessible spaces, and beauty beyond disability. Mauree Childress received her Art and Education degrees from UW-La Crosse.  She taught art, then worked in television stations in Milwaukee and Green Bay, the […]

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