Let it Fall

Let it Fall

Let it fall on the dance floor, in the sanctuary, and in the spaces of our lives--it being our joys, our concerns, our prayers, our intentions, and our celebrations. Together, we will explore and talk about integrating dance, movement, and music as tools for healing and spiritual practices. Join us as we embody this week’s themes of Taking Risks, Joy, and Release in a compassionate, non-judgmental, inclusive, and safe environment.

Simone Monique Barnes is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, educator, and lay minister, Simone Monique Barnes works in community ministry, and is a regular guest worship leader and lay speaker at Wildflower UU in Austin TX. Her professional and spiritual pathways are influenced by the religious lineages, histories, and traditions of Absalom Jones and Richard Allen (The Episcopal Church, and the African Methodist Episcopal Church), along with a connection to community, the arts, and the healing practices of yoga, prayer, and meditation.
Simone is a Harvard trained educator, who is also trained in the teaching practices of Laughter Yoga and Afro Flow Yoga which help provide the fuel she needs to stay in “good trouble” doing the work to build and nurture the beloved community.

Children (age 5 and older) and Youth will be meeting in person in their classes after being present in the sanctuary for the first part of the service. Children 6 weeks to 4 years of age are welcome in our Nursery.