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May & June Sunday Topics

May 5: Rev. Kenton Stone. Wikipedia Angel. My hope of heaven is for there to be a Wikipedia Angel there who can answer all of my hard questions about this world. If there is a Wikipedia Angel, what would your questions be?

            A Family Service where the children join the adults in the sanctuary for the first part of the service.

 

May 12: Jane Peatling and Marlin Barnes. A Path of Happiness. A mostly musical morning from professional musicians, Jane on cello and Marlin on marimba, interspersed with short readings and words of wisdom.

 

May 19:   Rev. Dr. Paul Britner. Heroes and Sheroes. Not about any of the Avengers but rather those real-life heroes whom we would hold up as examples of virtue. How do cultural biases shape who gets selected for such honors and how do such selections shape the culture?

Offering in Action for Holly Place. Potluck Lunch & UUCH Book Table after the Annual Meeting.

 

May 26: Rev. Dr. Paul Britner. Was Jesus a Pacifist? For the Memorial Day weekend, a Unitarian Universalist perspective on the life and teachings of Jesus on the subjects of war and violence and how Jesus might respond to violence in our times. Hint: there’s evidence for multiple answers, and, ultimately, it will be up the listeners to decide for themselves.

 

June 2: Nancy Crawford. Aging? Who, ME?—A lighted-hearted look. Time marches on and we all age, but how do we do it? Nancy has given considerable thought to this topic, and has chosen to dwell on many of the more humorous aspects.

A Family Service where the children join the adults in the sanctuary for the first part of the service.

 

June 9: Rev. Dr. Judith McLean. Inner and Outer Light: The Symbolic and Mystical Attributes of Light in Religion. Since the beginning of time, people have attributed mystical qualities to light, both in outer and inner form. While Unitarians recognize the symbolic forms of light, what about the mystical inner light that so many religions claim leads and guides us?

 

June 16: Rev. Leslie Becknell-Marx’s sermon Learning the Principles by Heart. How can we apply the Unitarian Universalist Seven Principles to our personal lives?

            Offering in Action for Holly Place. Potluck Lunch & UUCH Book Table after the service.

 

June 23: Linda Taggart. Gaia Is… An exploration of ur planet and our place on it.

 

June 30: Rev. Ed Poling. Not Finished Yet: Aging, Diminishment and Spirituality. Diminishment is a difficult but necessary path in the aging process. We’ll explore its gifts in handling the ambiguities and limitations of life from a faith perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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