Date(s) - 11/29/2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist


Scientific expert on gratitude, Robert Emmon’s research demonstrates that practicing gratitude has significant physical and mental health benefits. People who practice gratitude have fewer health complaints, more energy and determination, greater satisfaction with life, and more optimism and resilience. He knows this as a scientific reality, I know it as a sacred principle. Practicing gratitude can enhance your life in many unexpected ways. Join me as we explore ways to bring gratefulness into our everyday lives.
In this service, our Worship Leaders, Rob Benedetti and Chris Coyle, do the same.
As we have traditionally sung during our annual TRUU meetings, “We are saying thank you.” That is a practice that’s good to reprise as we shift toward a new year and a new church year that will now begin in January. As such, this service will kick off our annual pledge drive and also thank those who make this beloved community possible.

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(While we have temporarily cancelled the public gathering portion of our services, you can still watch our services Sunday mornings at 10am via Zoom. Videos of our services will also be posted here on our website, on the Sermon Archive page.)