May 31, 2020
11:30am on Zoom
For many of us, one of the hardest parts of pandemic life is having to be patient and wait through unknowns, for who knows how long. Drawing upon popular music and the writings of Rainer Maria Rilke, Wildflower Community Minister Rev. Erin Walter will reflect on how we may endure such painful uncertainty while also embracing moments of joy and gratitude along the way.
SPECIAL NOTE: This service will include a period of prayer for those who have died during the pandemic, whether from COVID-19 or not. If you have lost someone during this time and would like to honor them, please email their name and information or obituary to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Wildflower Church is a deliberately inclusive, open-minded religious community in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, growing spiritually together, spreading love, justice, and joy! We create our community by covenanting one to another, using our Covenant for Beloved Community. We meet in South Austin, at our shared campus.
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Children & Youth Programs
Our religious education program serves babies and children through 18 years.
Adult Religious Education
We provide many different groups and courses for adults, occuring throughout the week.
Teams do much of the work of the church with our mission as guide. No task is too small to contribute meaningfully to our community.
Join us this Sunday at 11:30am in the Sanctuary at our shared campus. Extra parking is available across Oltorf at Travis High School.
Wildflower Covenant for Beloved Community
The spirit in me welcomes the spirit in you, in all our wholeness and imperfection.
We celebrate our connections and our differences.
We actively seek to create equity as we build relationships with one another.
We care for one another and for ourselves.
We listen to others with respect and open hearts, intending to understand.
We speak to others with respect and kindness, intending to be understood.
We make every effort to settle differences directly and openly.
This beloved community is our spiritual home: we all share our gifts to build it.
We commit to be in covenant and to be called back into covenant.
What is Unitarian Universalism?