The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of:
A Dream Workshop
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
All dreams reflect society as a whole, as well as the dreamer’s relationship to it.
Working with dreams in groups builds community, intimacy, and support
and begins to impact society as a whole.
Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill
Our dreams come in all shapes and sizes, as individual and as eccentric as the ones who dream them. But all dreams have on thing in common - they always come in the service of
promoting health and wholeness for the individual and for the community.Working with dreams gives us tremendous insight into our individual lives and helps us to release the
creative potential embodied in our dreams as well as in ourselves.
And the deep sense of community that dream work creates serves to nurture and to sustain, not only individual creativity but also collective energy with which social change is
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Smithton invites you to The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of: A Dream Workshop to be held on the following Sundays, from
1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the UUCS, 251 Second Street, Smithton, PA 15479.
Sunday, March 9
Sunday, March 23
Sunday, April 13
Sunday, April 27
Sunday, May 11
Sunday, May 18
Sunday, June 1
Sunday, June 15
At each workshop we will begin to explore our dreams and to delve into their purpose, their message, and their meaning for ourselves and our community.
The dream workshop is free and open to the public.
If you have a dream or two, bring them along.
If not, come anyway - we would love to hear what you think as we take the opportunity
to share our own dreams, to reflect on others' dreams, and as we hope to find a common
dream that we can pursue together as a community.
Facilitator: Rev. Rebecca M. Cartus (FCM)