UU Mindfulness Meditation Circle

UU Mindfulness Meditation Circle

Buddhism and Unitarian Universalism both honor the beliefs people hold based on their own life experiences and search for understanding.   Diverse beliefs prompt us to question all beliefs in our quest for understanding.

Compassion is the heart of Mindfulness Meditation and the Buddha described The Essence of Compassion.

 

"Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and wrong . . . because soemtime in your life you will have been all of these"

-George Washington Carver

 

Mindfulness Meditation in the time of COVID-19:

With constant uncertainty, it is important to continue the practices that support our well-being and strengthen our community.  We are meeting virtually during the pandemic.  
 
 

UU Mindfulness: Sangha

Sundays at 9:00 am via Zoom. We gather on Sunday mornings to greet one another and prepare our our hearts and minds for calming meditation. 

A Dharma topic is introduced for meditation followed by optional breakout group discussions.   We close with a metta (loving-kindness) blessing for all.

 

UU Mindfulness: What the Buddha Taught

Each Wednesday October 20, 2021 through November 17, 2021 at 6:30 pm via zoom the reading will be: "Being Mortal. Aging, Sickness and Death with a Knowing Heart"

 

Other Activies:  

Please email  for weekly emails, the Sunday Sangha and Wednesday Mindfulness zoom link, Mindfulness walks, study courses, youtube recordings and additional group information.