The UUCP’s mindfulness group has a new name: Moscow/Pullman Meditation Group! We are a small group that meets each week to meditate, and to discuss mindfulness and meditation and how we might apply our insights to our lives, using texts written by mindfulness teachers as a means to deepen our practice. We are a mixture of ages, gender, and degrees of belief, but we’re all lay practitioners ranging from those just interested in mindfulness and meditation, secular Buddhism, and those who are pursuing further study. We discuss topics with humor, compassion, and encouragement for each other. All are welcome! It’s free and no experience is necessary! We meet each Tuesday, 6:30-8:00 PM, in the main church sanctuary. Our structure begins with a brief check-in, a time to share something about our mindfulness practice or more generally about our lives. We then practice a 15-20 minute silent or gently guided meditation together, and finally continue to group discussion, loosely based on a book we’re reading. This spring, we’re reading The Untethered Soul, by Michael Singer; an exploration of our “consciousness,” the part of us who observes and notices. You can learn more about us at nwmindfulness.wordpress.com or on Facebook at moscow / pullman meditation group. For questions, email Cynthia Pierce-Garnett at moscowpullmanmindfulness@gmail.com Joining a meditation group will motivate you to maintain a consistent practice! 

For the summer months (June, July, & August) we will meet only the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month.