1st UU EARTH MINISTRY
Richmond Earth and Healing Series 2021 – Please join us for the Richmond Earth and Healing Series, where we host zoom sessions featuring speakers and videos on topics related to environmental justice, conservation, and healing practices for Earth and ourselves. This series is presented in partnership with the Living Water Community Center, the First Unitarian Universalist Earth Ministry, and the Foundation for Family and Community Healing. Please use this form to register for upcoming events and receive dial-in instructions.
- Become an Earth Healer – 30-min meditation series on 2nd and 4th Mondays, so that we may remember and re-establish the ancient bond that exists between Earth and human.
- Healing Meditation Series– 30-min healing meditation series, first and third Mondays of each month led by Susanna Calvert and Faith Grieger.
Engaging Spirituality Discussion Series:
This series seeks to illuminate the wisdom of diverse and deep spiritual practitioners to inspire each of us to unlock our potential for spiritual growth. Hosted by Tim Ford, FFCH Convener for Spiritual Engagement and VCU School of Medicine faculty member, and Susanna Calvert.
Spirituality in Nature Group (SING) – Come be present in, observe and learn from “the interdependent web of all existence” (UU 7th Principle) and join us for a 1-mile walk while we savor our relationship with Earth. Led by Bob Blinn and Susanna Calvert, 1st Tuesdays of the month at 2:00 pm in front of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond, 1000 Blanton Ave, Richmond VA. Next meeting is Tuesday, July 6 at 2:00 PM
World Sound Healing Day Event – In this live, socially-distanced outdoor event, we will be holding the intentions of healing for the planet, healing the waters, and raising vibration for all. Contact Sarah Soltow for more details. Reschedule date TBA. Byrd Park across from UU Church, 1000 Blanton Ave, Richmond VA.
Falls of the James Group, Sierra Club
DOGWOOD SPIRIT CIRCLE CUUPS Events, Chapter of the First Unitarian Universalist of Richmond
- MONTHLY COMMUNITY PROGRAM- CLEAN-UP EVERGREEN
There are an estimated 23,000 plots in Evergreen and East End, most of which have become overgrown after over 40 years of neglect. Clean-up activities have been conducted at Evergreen and East End Cemetery for several years.
To volunteer at Evergreen, use this link: https://www.handsonrva.org/opportunity/a0C1J00000HGtJDUA1
- MONTHLY WORKSHOPS LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH
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