One of the oldest religious observances in western culture is the Sabbath, a day set aside in Judaism, and later in Christianity, for rest and prayer. Over many centuries, Sabbath observance has both evolved and eroded with changing cultural, societal, and ideological norms. Given the pressures of today’s non-stop global economy, a full day of rest may not be viable for many of us. Yet the practice of Sabbath-keeping offers rich blessings of spiritual renewal and sacred connection. How might we preserve those blessings in contemporary life? What might a practice of Sabbath-keeping look like for today’s Unitarian Universalists?
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