Speaker: Marie Burns Holzer
Marie Burns Holzer was born and raised in Southern California. She is an ordained non-denominational minister through Rose Ministries and uses her ordination to serve the spiritually homeless from all walks of life by officiating life cycle ceremonies. She has performed over 800 ceremonies including weddings, funerals, and baby namings. Her seven years of ministry has only fueled her passion for celebrating individual spiritual paths and bringing people together to make the world a better place for everyone.
When we talk about courage, we often focus on big acts of defiance and facing seemingly insurmountable odds. But most of us don’t face such epic circumstances. What if courage starts with much smaller, much more ordinary acts?
As the holiday season winds down, the New Year prompts us to reassess and consider what ways we might improve our lives. But “new year, new me” can’t happen until we embrace the wholeness of who we are. We need to own our shadow self … read more.
All Souls Day is practiced in several cultures, but Dia de Los Muertos the Mexican iteration of this day. Join us as Minister Marie Burns Holzer shares how we can all connect with our heritage and honor the worthy legacies passed down to us by … read more.
Using our 6th principle we will look at what makes our Church a Home and we will welcome folks into our “Home”
This week we will explore how Jewish women honor the sacred by blending spiritual acts into mundane daily life. Join us to learn how we can all apply these lessons into our own lives to grow and deepen our spiritual practices.
What happens when you find that the faith you were raised with no longer feeds your soul? Join us as we discuss spiritual growth and how spiritual life is never one size fits all.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but it is not enough to simply be aware that mental illnesses exist. They are invisible, and often silent, so those who live with them often go unnoticed, unaccounted for, unseen. In our beloved Universalist Unitarian community, we must … read more.
When facing not only our personal struggles but constitutional crises and yet another mass school shooting, how do we refuse to give in to despair and hopelessness? Join us as we discuss how we can live out our principles every day with hope and dignity.