What’s Your SOS? (Video)

Psychologist of religion Kenneth Pargament coined the phrase “spiritual orienting system” to describe the “habits, values, relationships, and beliefs that express one’s spirituality or sense of the sacred.” While many Unitarian Universalists don’t find the notion of a God or gods particularly salient (and some reject the notion and language of spirituality), every one of us has some means of orienting ourselves in life. According to Pargament “…the degree to which the spiritual system is well-integrated, flexible, differentiated, and benevolent” impacts how life-giving or life-limiting it is. How is your SOS working for (or against) you?
Worship Leader: Andrea Fink

Rev. Emily’s Sermon and Eileen Soskin’s Reflection