Home >> Relig. Ed. >> Spiritual Practices
Spiritual Practices | UU Fellowship of Gainesville

Do you have a spiritual practice? Do you know what a spiritual practice is? Does the very term sound somewhat intimidating—especially to Unitarian Universalists? Did you think that UUs do not have spiritual practices?

For UUs: “A spiritual practice is an action designed to make a change in our deepest selves. It is something we do to gain new understanding of ourselves and leads to growth, change, and a more loving way to be in the world. We stretch ourselves in spiritual practice. Meditation, prayer, walking mindfully, hiking, and feeding the homeless can all be forms of spiritual practice.” Each person should consider having an individual, daily practice; a group practice, weekly or monthly; and an annual retreat.


Touchstones Theme for April - Mindfulness

Please click the link below for this month's Touchstones Journal.


Touchstones is a monthly publication of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Each month our congregation studies and reflects upon a different theme that helps us build a beloved community here in Gainesville.

To learn about small groups that gather at UUFG to discuss these monthly themes, please contact the Fellowship's This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For this month's small group guide, please click the link below.

Tuesday Morning Meditation

Every Tuesday morning at 8:30 am, members meet via Zoom to practice meditation and discuss a shared text. Sessions last about an hour, and we welcome newcomers. If you're not experienced in meditation, training is provided! For information, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Copyright © 2012 Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville, Florida. All Rights Reserved.