High Plains Church Unitarian Universalist

Worship

Spiritual practice is important for UU's and everyone, to find your center, recover from the stress of life, have something to support you in times of trial, deepen your understanding of life and your part of the universe, and much more. Many UU's are wary of spiritual practice due to a narrow definition learned in childhood. The Unitarian Universalist Association's "Tapestry of Faith: Spirit in Practice" curriculum lists eight different forms of spiritual practices:

  • Personal Spiritual Practices
  • Communal Spiritual Practices
  • Spiritual Partnerships
  • Mind Practices
  • Body Practices
  • Soul Practices
  • Life Practices
  • Justice Practices

Themed Worship

Worship services for each month are organized around a common theme. Three of the four services address the theme on a religious as well as personal level. Guest speakers will be free to address the theme or choose another topic. The fourth service of the month is a music service tied to the monthly theme.

Theme based worship allows a message to be put forth in a variety of ways, a number of times. A person can miss one Sunday and not miss out on everything.