Sunday February 25th

10:00a at Manual High School

When Social Media is #blessed
What are real blessings, blessings in the brokenness, how do we call upon blessing, how do we receive blessing?  Can everything be a blessing or should we discriminate?

Making a Difference


Brokenness is the Whole Souul Living Theme for February, but not so that we might wallow morose or despairing. Brokenness is simply an essential and unavoidable part of human life. It often marks the turning points of our lifelong journeys; the endings of chapters, the beginnings of new ones, the places where growth takes place.


Peace is the Whole Souul Living Theme for January, and it represents a profoundly challenging hope! Pacifist A. J. Muste wrote: We cannot have peace if we are only concerned with peace. War is not an accident. It is the logical outcome of a certain way of life. If we want to attack war, we have to attack that way of life. In other words, as participants in that way of life, we need to work both outwardly and inwardly.


Our Whole Souul Living Theme for December is Salvation (in THIS Life). In truth, most of us need some salvation: from old habits and limitations, from creeping materialism, from a broken economy… The nation needs some salvation: from partisan politics, easy answers, and outright lies. The world needs some salvation…: from pollution, too many people, and senseless wars… You get the idea.






Surrender is the Whole Souul Living Theme for August.  By way of introduction, Surrender is the title of the following poem by William Larsen.  It has a word in it, dharma, which is Buddhist term that translates roughly as "teaching" 


At our house there live
a girl, a dog, and a yard full of newly planted flowers

Common Ground


Common Ground is our Whole Souul Living Theme for March. In a world that insistently tries to divide us from one another, the central proposition of our faith is that, There is a Unity that makes us One.

Whole Souul Economy Circle

Whole Souul Economy Circle
  “I am a human being!”
                                               --Michael Carr, FUSD Member
“All the ancient wisdom…tells us that work is necessary to us, as much a part of
our condition as mortality; that good work is our salvation and our joy….”



Our Whole Souul Living Theme for this month is Divinity. For traditional Christians, the word usually refers to the Christian God or the nature of Jesus. For Jews, divinity could apply to anything from the orthodox God of the Old Testament to the cosmic Ein Sof (without end) of Kabbahlistic teaching. For many Indigenous People, divinity could refer to the animating spirits of nature or the mysterious forces that turn the seasons or the world.

This Week in RE


Please contact our Director of Religious Exploration, Erin Kenworthy, at with questions and feedback.

Please take a look at our RE dry erase board next to the welcome table for weekly details and instructions before heading into the service.  Parents are asked to sign children in 5th grades and younger out when picking them up promptly following the service. Join us following the service in the Community Room for connection and information.