Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse


420 East Second Street, PO Box 9342 Moscow, Idaho 83843 Phone: (208) 882-4328

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This Month’s Theme: Bloom and Grow

April 2, 10:00 am Art and Soul Sunday
Service Leaders: Natalie Rose Greenfield and Wesley Petersen
Celebrant: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
Join Natalie and Wesley as they reflect on the ways that their creative journeys have influenced their spiritual journeys, and vice versa.

April 9, 10:00 am We Are Made for These Times
Service Leaders: Rev. Tandi Rogers and Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
We come from a long line of brave, fierce, radically loving people of faith. In these times of uncertainty and challenge, all of the lessons they have taught us come into play. How do we honor their legacy? How do we live our values to the fullest? What differentiates sacred activism from secular activism?

April 16, 10:00 am Easter
Service Leader: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
Cast: Ginger Rankin, Sherry Caisley, Donal Wilkinson, & Joseph Erhard-Hudson
As a way to bring new life to the Easter story, Liz Huddle wrote four original monologues as reflections on particular themes, and paired each monologue with a classic rock song. A gifted actress and playwright and former artistic director of the Intiman Theatre in Seattle and Portland Center Stage, Liz graciously granted us permission to adapt her pieces to our setting.

April 23, 10:00 am For the Tree to Grow, Water the Roots
Service Leaders: Karen Faunce and Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
How do we nourish and sustain our lives at Depth and Root? How to we cultivate attention on what is most important to us and on those values and activities that truly serve life, and our most auspicious desires? In this service, Reverend Elizabeth Stevens and Karen Faunce will examine the principles and benefits of meditation practice as a way to create a profound and fulfilling life that is deeply rooted in the direct experience of the interconnected web of existence of which we are all a part.

April 30, 10:00 am Feeling Tones: Awe and Gratitude
Service Leader: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
When we cultivate our capacity to experience awe and wonder in response to even the smallest of things, we experience life as full of miracles and beauty. When we cultivate our capacity to feel gratitude, we experience life as fundamentally good and abundant. Join Rev. Elizabeth Stevens as she reflects on how and why we might prepare our souls so that the seeds of awe and gratitude might bloom and bear fruit.