Who feels comfortable participating in the Sedona Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (SUUF)? Consider these thoughts:
SUUF people generally have questioning minds and expansive hearts. No one needs to mute their personal background and beliefs.
UUs share a spiritual journey that honors where they’ve been before, where they are now, and wherever their spiritual path might take them.
UUs think for themselves and reflect together about important questions, such as:
- Life and death
- Spiritual aspirations
- The sources of truth and beauty in their lives,
- Achieving inner peace and wisdom
- How they can serve best in the world
They hold broad and inclusive outlooks on what matters most in life and how to live it, while they share a strong set of life-affirming values.
The Fellowship offers a wide range of experiences, including open and uplifting worship services, insightful and inspiring messages from their congregation’s leader, Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson, varied adult education learning opportunities, shared work in the community toward achieving social justice, welcoming inclusion of people in marginalized groups, and open-hearted caring for each other and the environment in which they live.
[published in the Red Rock News on March 4, 2022]