Sacred Journey Fellowship is a UU Church, and as such we meet once a week on Sunday for Services. But, we’re an *earth-centered* congregation… which means our Sunday Evening Circle is just that: a ritual circle. (We do hold a Full Moon ritual once a month; look around the full moon date to find it on our calendar.)
Sunday topics and methods vary through the month. On the Sundays earlier in the month, around the full moon, we’ll generally focus on our inner selves, and the spirituality of our personal paths. Those services tend to be fairly quiet and contemplative. Later in the month, around the full moon, our topics encompass things outside our own skins: community, the city, social justices issues, the world… and while still spiritual in nature and approach, these services tend to be livelier and more active. All bets are off if a wondermongous inspiration hit during Mentors' circle (ritual planning), though.
We are a non-creedal church. Like every other UU church, we do not require specific beliefs to participate in our community. While we do our services in a Pagan format, you are welcome here regardless of your religious convictions and practices.
Further, we are a Welcoming Congregation. These means you can participate fully here in our community no matter what your sexual orientation or gender identity.
For more information about us and our activities, check out SacredJourneyUU.org
Gather in at 7pm, circle starts at 7:30pm
See the current email newsletter for more details about Sunday Service; sign up for the newsletter at SacredJourneyUU.org