Led by Christopher Wulff
Building on the work of Rev. Dr. Kendyl Gibbons, 2015’s Religious Humanist of
the Year, spiritual maturity is about those places of faith and practice where we find ourselves
growing more able to encounter what is real instead of living in fantasy; to acknowledge and accept
our own limitations; to know wonder, blessing and generosity; and, to offer radical, active and
compassionate love for ourselves and others. Working through the twelve elements of spiritual
maturity, we will find wisdom, comfort and challenge in other spiritual and religious traditions, as well
as in our own intuition, experience and UU practices.