Sunday Service at 10 AM
in person (3327 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park)
or via Zoom
How many of us live our lives as if there will be a report card at the end of the term? What would constitute an “A” in your book, spiritually speaking? And does it matter? Oncology chaplain and popular guest speaker Michael Eselun will explore these questions.
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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Speaker: Chaplain Michael Eselun
Michael Eselun, inspirational speaker, serves as the chaplain for the Simms-Mann/UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology. He is somewhat unusual, in that he is neither an ordained minister, nor particularly religious in any conventional way.
Sunday Service at 10 AM
Moving together through these challenging times, we find ourselves confronted by loss in so many dimensions. What might be there for us? Do we hold on or let go? UCLA Oncology Chaplain and popular guest speaker, Michael Eselun will share reflections on these questions.
Moving together through these challenging times, we find ourselves, perhaps on a daily basis, reassessing our priorities. UCLA Oncology Chaplain and popular guest speaker Michael Eselun shares reflections on the question, “What Matters?”
Services at 9:15 & 11:00
Oncology chaplain and popular guest speaker, Michael Eselun will share some deeply personal reflections about junior high school– a pivotal and often painful time that leaves indelible memories for many of us. In dialogue with some of those 13- year old’s perceptions, what might be discovered about inherent worth, dignity, and compassion?
We are used to hearing this chant of protest– as a demand for justice. Pursuit of justice is a core UU Principle, and yet we’ve also heard since childhood that “no one said life is fair.” When such injustice hits closer to home—like say, a diagnosis of cancer, how do we find peace when there seems to be no justice? UCLA oncology chaplain, Michael Eselun, will explore this territory.
Popular guest speaker and UCLA Oncology Chaplain, Michael Eselun will explore our relationship to strangers. We are often told from a young age, “Don’t talk to strangers,” only to find that sometimes such encounters might be “perfect.”
Popular guest speaker and UCLA Oncology Chaplain, Michael Eselun will explore the idea of pilgrimage– our pursuit of inspiration and enlightenment. Internal journeys and external ones—and some in between.