What I do is me: for that I came. You show yourself grateful not by saying ‘thank you’ or doing something, but by being yourself. What would it be like if we were willing to show our gratefulness for our … read more.
Rev. Shay MacKay
“And this is the marvel that you see through the eyes of gratefulness: that this whole world – every little detail of it – is filled with the life of Life, with Spirit, with fire!” Brother David Steindl-Rast
What would it mean to abandon these shoes and find new ways to tread, finding new ways to be and to move forward? What needs to be let go? What are the gifts already present that can help in this … read more.
Sometimes we catch a glimpse of the road up ahead or a hint of what’s around the bend, but most times we don’t. How do we pay more attention to the many gifts life offers us along the way rather than always craning our necks … read more.
What does it mean to move through life as a pilgrim – seeing life as a journey or search of moral or spiritual significance?
The antidote to exhaustion is wholeheartedness. Where and when do you show up wholeheartedly? How does this impact you, others, the world?
On this path together, how do we serve ourselves, each other, and our larger community with patience, compassion, and grace?
How does Joseph Campbell’s concept of “The Hero’s Journey” work within the context of community? How does Carl Jung’s “night journey on the ocean” guide us as a community toward self-enlightenment?
You’ve caught yourself a minister, but the Search is not over. Where do we flow from here?
We will conclude candidating week with Rev. Shay MacKay in Saco. The Sanford UU Church will join us for the final day of candidating week. The service will be followed by a congregational vote and a celebration reception.