The Faith Examined group will read and discuss “Buddhist Voices in Unitarian Universalism” (Edited by Sam Trumbore & Wayne B. Amazon). UUA.org describes the book: “This book brings together for the first time the voices of UUs who have become Buddhists while not sacrificing that identity and Buddhists who have found in Unitarian Universalism a spiritual home where they can sustain a practice and join in an activist religious community that accepts and encourages who they are. Also included is an exploration of how American Buddhism has been influenced by Unitarian Universalism and how UU congregations are being changed by Buddhist practice.”
The meeting starts at 10:15 a.m. and opens with 15 minutes of meet and greet. We read opening words and then begin our discussion, which lasts for an hour. We end our meeting with closing words. The meetings are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. We will begin our summer hiatus in July!