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"Open Enrollment" for Covenant Group focusing on our the UUA Hymn "Spirit of Life"

Updated: Apr 2, 2020

Many UUs refer to the hymn "Spirit of LIfe" (#123 in the grey hymnal) as the anthem of Unitarian Universalism.  While that might be debatable, no one could argue the "fact" that it is one of our most popular UU hymns as it is often sung in UU worship services around the nation.  Join our covenant group to explore our thoughts, experiences, and beliefs about spirituality using the framework of this song.  Our sessions will be guided by resources in the Unitarian Universalist Association's "Tapestry of Faith" curriculum.

The covenant group currently meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.  The location varies, usually meeting in the homes of the members of the group (on a voluntary basis).  

Please contact the group facilitator, Gaye Webb, at 713-703-3768 or bgwebb08@gmail.com if you are interested and want to learn more about this exciting opportunity.  This invitation is open to anyone who wishes to join us in covenant to share your thoughts and experiences of the "spirit of life"; membership of our congregation is NOT required.

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