May 31, 2015: Moral Beauty

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There is available to each of us a uniquely human beauty, deeper than skin beauty. It is the beauty which fills us when our actions come from a sense of deep goodness, deep respect, and deep reverence for all life. This is ‘moral beauty’. It is rooted in our values and in our Unitarian Principles. It is rooted in our idealism and our vision. The beauty we feel, that infuses our bodies with warmth, is a direct result of moral action, the direct result of ‘practicing our faith’.

May 24, 2015: What is Your Word for Beauty?

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Is your word simplicity? Truth? Love? Or did you choose something different? How do these words deepen the meaning of beauty? Marilyn Medén will explore words, ideas, and inspiration that focus individual action and have the potential to affect the larger world.

May 17, 2015: The Beauty of Music

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Beaconites love their music! This service will feature Peggy Lunderville and several other Beaconites who share their favourite hymns and what makes them special.

May 10, 2015: From Nothing to Something

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Half a century ago Professor Higgs had a vision while out for a walk in the Scottish moors: that there was a single particle that held the whole universe together. One hundred and thirteen nations, three thousand scientists, twelve thousand support positions, the largest machine in the world, (a 27 mile proton smasher under the Swiss Alps), have finally proved his beautiful theory right!