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 January 5, 2017

A Post-Inauguration Meditation: Finding Serenity while Remaining Engaged

Posted by Rev Roger

Posted on January 5, 2017


A Saturday Morning Retreat with Rev. David Scheuneman, UU Spiritual Director

hosted by Rev. Roger Jones

Saturday, January 28, 2017, 8:15 AM – 1:00 PM, at 2425 Sierra Blvd., Classroom 7/8

Arrival, coffee & tea at 8:15, program starts at 8:45 sharp

Graceful exits provided if you need to leave early


·       A new President, a divided nation, a planet at risk–and too many broken hearts!

·       Can we justify taking any time out for spiritual growth?

·       How do we overcome despair, fear and burn-out?

·       Where do we find courage in the face of dishonesty about suffering and injustice?

·       Come join us.  See how life calls us toward inward reflection AND outward service!


Coffee/tea/snacks and Program                      $20 per adult, $4 per teen

Donation to Support David’s Ministry          Your choice


About Dave’s ministry:

Last March Rev. Rev. Dave Scheuneman came to Sacramento for a retreat named “Spiritual Practice in a World on Fire.”  We found comfort and inspiration from his presence and his words.  We experienced community and encouragement from the group, even while sitting in meditation.   Several have asked for another retreat, and Dave will be back in town this month!

As a spiritual director, he brings wisdom, compassion, joy and a spirit of devotion to everyone he teaches and coaches.  A third-generation UU, David is a graduate of Meadville Lombard Theological School, where he led meditation for his classmates, including Roger Jones.

He has been teaching meditation for over 20 years, with training from several sources.  Since 2005, he has also had a thriving ministry with youth and young adults on Star Island, the UU conference center off the New Hampshire coast. See his home page at www.RootedInSpirit.org.

As a traveling teacher, he relies on the generosity of supporters to keep his ministry sustainable.

As a traveling teacher, he relies on the generosity of supporters to keep his ministry sustainable.

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  1. Would like to attend retreat 1/28/17 – two persons

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