We’re Trying Something New:
Deep-Listening Soul Matters Groups!!
Sundays, 2-3 pm, starting November 1st
Are you longing for some quiet reflection & thoughtful discussion with other UUCB members?
Are you hesitant to commit to a group and multiple sessions?
Deep-Listening Soul Matters Groups
May be for you!
We’ve had a strong tradition at UUCB of Covenant Groups, where a small group meets once or twice a month for a season or even a whole year to share thoughts and feelings and most importantly, to offer deep listening to one another, guided by the terrific Soul Matters program material.
Now we are going to try something brand new and we invite you to try it too. We’re calling it the Drop-In, Single-Session, Soul Matters Listening Group.
Think of it as a small group for those with commitment reservations! Diana King and Steve Todd will be facilitating this experiment on Sunday afternoons at 2 pm, the 1st and 3rd Sundays of every month, starting next week, Nov. 1st. We’d love it if you would join us!
What: Like traditional Covenant Groups, we will focus on a different theme each month, such as Renewal, Healing, Imagination. We use the amazing Soul Matters materials which include readings and media, exercises and thought-provoking questions to help us reflect on our own. Then we share thoughts and experiences in a guided small group setting. We practice respectful deep listening and maintain confidentiality within the group.
Why: To understand, contemplate, and practice our UU principles, and to build our beloved community.
Drop-In Sessions Will be held (via Zoom of course) on first and third Sundays at 2 pm. Beginning Nov. 1st. Sessions will be scheduled to last 60 minutes, but that may be adjusted to 75 to 90 minutes, as we get more experience and feedback.
How: If you are interested in finding out more about Drop-In Soul Matters discussion groups, please email the facilitators,
Diana King email@example.com or
Steve Todd firstname.lastname@example.org
“Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person, they are almost indistinguishable.” – David Augsburger
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