Journaling helps us to see and know ourselves. It is a way to expand on half-formed thoughts — bringing to the light parts of ourselves that reside only in our unconscious mind. Once acknowledged, we can start to work with those once hidden emotions and beliefs in a new way. In this workshop we will talk about the value and the practice of journaling. We will have several short writing sessions (that won’t requiring sharing). Please bring a journal with blank pages and a pen.Cost is $10 per class for members of HPUCC and Unity; $15 for nonmembers.
She recently completed her graduate requirements at Naropa University and she will be receiving a Master of Divinity degree in December 2019.
10 Steps to Resilience
Parent (Loss of a Child) Bereavement Group
Next Zoom meeting: May 27th
HiP Core Team
We have a new group of leaders, they were originally formed to help construct and guide the “Braving Our Future” vision and mission planning process for the congregation. But in the same week they came together, COVID-19 hit. So, Rev Julia and Jill Forney, Board President, asked this group to consider staying together to consult on getting us through this pandemic. They all offered a resounding, “yes!” They have considered many things in the course of their almost weekly meetings but especially staying connected, supporting stewardship, generating neighborhood groups, and keeping our community vibrant and healthy during this time. When we begin to transition back into the building (no earlier than June), they will again turn toward our future — but right now are a great support to the Board and Minister in sustaining our now!
Please welcome these folks as members of the Core Team: Sue Neufeld, Sonya Bergeron, Tom Ward, John Atkinson, Julie Dufford, Greg Dufford, Jill Forney, Sam Dianda, Michelle Bull, Karen Clemmensen (as Shared Ministry Team rep), and Rev. Julia.