March 1: “Muslim women's biomedical decision-making through an anthropological lens”
Amanda Buonopane, daughter of Joan Davis, recently completed her Ph.D. in cultural anthropology on cross-cultural Muslim experiences of infertility. She will be speaking to us on anthropological ways of understanding others, illustrating with her research findings on the role of religion in medical decision-making.
March 8: “In Equality?”
Are all religions created equal? And do all religions contain a claim to be the only right way to believe?
Adult religious education discussion 12:30 – 1:30
The Buddha - a brief introduction to the origins of Buddhism, in reaction to the Caste System of Hinduism. How did a warrior's son become the Buddha? What is "Enlightenment"? And what are the truths that lead to this awakening?
March 15: "Awomen"
A Jewish Rabbi used to say this in honoring the divine feminine during Shabbat services. Today we will honor the women who have played important roles in our UU history.
March 22: “A Song of Longing”
We all long for newness and renewal.
March 29: “A contradiction in Terms or a Struggle for Equality?”
“In a world where stem cell research, robotics and space travel are commonplace, it’s baffling that civil rights still struggles for equality.”
December 2017 The church's driveway lined with items for the homeless to take. We couldn't find an agency to help so we decided to do this. Someone is taking them and we're hoping it will make them more comfortable in our cold snowy climate.
Social Action Committee picketing in front of McDonald's for higher wages - in the rain! Thanks group!