Sunday, May 2

Next Services, Sermons, Worship

“Pray for One Good Humiliation a Day”

Author Richard Rohr, a Catholic priest, suggests we consider praying for one good humiliation a day to counter the negative impact of our well-defended egos. For it is our humility, our vulnerability, that moves us closer to the heart of what it means to be human. Humility and vulnerability are transforming. Professor Brene Brown suggests, “Vulnerability offers us a way into the meaning of our lives. Vulnerability is the core, the heart, the center of meaningful human experience.“ Most of us construct walls to prevent feelings of vulnerability.  What if we learned to embrace humility and vulnerability?  What might they teach us?

THIS WEEK’S SERVICE

Church News & Updates

Free concert

Chaminade Music Club Chaminade Music Club free concert, donations accepted, this Sunday, October 31, 2 p.m. at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church featuring Margaret Clark, piano; Joanne Mouradjian, soprano; Zarina Irkaeva and Thomas Conrad, viola da gambas; and Ann...

Sunday, October 31

“U.U. Characters of Campassion” It’s a multi-generational Halloween service!  Murrayites of all ages are invited (but not required) to come dressed as your favorite Unitarian, Universalist or Unitarian Universalist person/being whose story or values inspire you.  Or...

Sunday, October 24

“Try a Little Tenderness” This has been a long, bone wearying year and a half.  We’ve had to endure huge disruptions in our lives.  We’ve learned to live with fear and uncertainty as our new normal.  We are SO ready to get past Covid and get our lives back.  Yet here...