We have hymns that borrow from loving kindness meditations; and many of us have learned stress-reduction meditations for self-love. Eric Dittmar is planning a participative event using these and one more—not to deliver a lesson, but to let you explore a message about love that … read more.
Speaker: Eric Dittmar
While Mission Peak has a minister, we have a shared ministry; but what does that mean? Eric Dittmar wants to reflect on the word “ministry,” and suggest that we have a ministry that comes—not first amongst our congregational priorities—but before we set goals for our … read more.
Writing and sharing a statement of your beliefs promotes our Third Principle of “acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth,” but nothing says your personal creed—your credo—has to be complete. Eric Dittmar shares what he wrote for his “Build Your Own Theology” credo to invite discussion, along with some thoughts about why a simple in-process credo might serve you as well.
As we say on our Mission Peak website, we are grateful for the religious pluralism which enriches and ennobles our faith. In the spirit of our UU third principle of acceptance of one another, our own Eric Dittmar will offer his reflections on the word “God.” Eric hopes his homily can start a discussion that will help deepen our understandings and expand our vision.