“Facing the Truth as a Spiritual Practice: The Benefits of Staying with Difficulty and Uncertainty,” February 20, 2022

Join us Sunday, February 20th, when Tricia Dell delivers a sermon entitled, “Facing the Truth as a Spiritual Practice: The Benefits of Staying with Difficulty and Uncertainty.” As climate change rolls out before our eyes and unpredictable challenges persist within our families and in our communities, how can we learn to face hard truths and let that clarity shape our actions? 

Whether facing the truth of racism or learning how to identify what’s true for you in any given situation, facing the truth often requires hanging out with discomfort. Tricia will share her experience of accepting the uncomfortable feelings associated with difficulty and uncertainty and how they have supported her spiritual journey. 

Tricia Dell has worked in the nonprofit sector as a coach and strategist helping nonprofit boards strengthen their organizations through board development, donor communications, planning, and fundraising. She has attended UUCC over the last two years, acted as a UUCC Worship Associate, and guided UUCC’s community fundraisers. She is also a long time member of UU San Mateo. Tricia is a recent—and proud—Shared Pulpit graduate from the recent inter-congregational class, co-sponsored by UUCC and the UU Fellowship of Santa Cruz County, and taught by Tovis Page and Kathryn Jay.

For the Order of Service, click here. Please join us at 11:00 am Pacific, 2pm Eastern.Gathering for service and music begin at 10:50 am.

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