To Everything There is a Season Lay speaker Theresa McReynolds In ancient times, Samhain was believed to be the time when the veil was thin between the world of the living and the world of the dead. It is a time to honor our beloved dead… Do you have pictures or special things to remember … Continued
Lessons from Alfred Bernhard Nobel Rev. Dawn Fortune Born on October 21, 1833, Alfred Nobel is remembered for the annual prizes that bear his name, but he originally gained fame for inventing dynamite! What can his story teach us about our own legacy?
Listen to the Silence Guest speaker Alice Gitchell Unitarian Universalism and the Society of Friends have always been somewhat sympatico in outlook and action. Let’s hear more about this peaceful tradition.
Christopher Columbus and Conspicuous Consumption Rev. Dawn Fortune Christopher Columbus is celebrated and reviled on this weekend. We will examine his legacy in North America and consider what it means in our age.