Race, Religion, Sex, Politics… Deeds, Not Creeds, is Our Challenge Lay speaker Stephanie Garrett A brief historical overview of this society, where we are today, and what role we as UUs should play for positive change.
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Persecution of the Disabled during the Holocaust Guest speaker Lillian Hussong Jews, gypsies, and gays were not the only groups that suffered at the hands of the Nazis. Ms. Hussong will cover the perceptions of the disabled in the Third Reich, the laws the Nazis enacted to discriminate against them, and the state-sponsored extermination of … Continued
Be Transported and Disoriented Various congregational members “Poetry is my cheap means of transportation. By the end of the poem the reader should be in a different place from where he started. I would like him to be slightly disoriented at the end, like I drove him outside of town at night and dropped him … Continued
The Golden Rule as Personal Foreign Policy: Reclaiming the Story of Watkuweis Lay speaker Bud Smith With laws on the books such as Stand Your Ground, we’ve entered a period where we “do unto others before they have a chance to do unto us.” Is the Golden Rule too outdated, too passive, or inherently too … Continued
Wherever You Go, There You Are Rev. Cynthia Cain We will pause today, and consider the notion of “vacation” and vocation. In many ways, I know I am blessed. I chose (was “called”) a vocation that seamlessly fills my life, so I actually never think of it as “going to work.” Most people have a … Continued