July 19, 2020 - Summer Series #3: “Veganism as a Spiritual Practice” - Michelle Massimo and Maria Kata, Worship Leaders
As a Green Sanctuary, UUFSB affirms and promotes the Seventh UU Principle: "respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part." We do this by considering the theological, spiritual, and ethical aspects of human activities that affect the health and sustainability of the living earth, including our food choices. UUFSB Members Michelle Massimo and Maria Kata will share their thoughts and experiences of veganism as a spiritual practice that supports our 6th and 7th Principles. Maureen Shaimain will serve as Worship Associate, and Daniella Kata, Ariana Kata, and Michelle Massimo will share the gift of music.
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Participants meet to knit and crochet shawls for members of the Fellowship who are going through a time of difficulty or celebration and could benefit from the physical comfort of a shawl made by members of this special ministry. At each meeting, once we've had a chance to catch up with each other a bit, there's a specific format we follow that includes knitting while thinking of folks in our lives who are going through troubling times, and knitting in silence, and blessing the handiwork, among other things. It's always interesting to see what everyone's working on, and how much they've progressed since the last meeting.