When we be build a Beloved Community we have to look outward as well as inward. We will be exploring that it means to reach out to the larger world with the kick off to our annual holiday “Guest At Your Table” giving campaign in support of the UU Service Committee.
Part of being members of a Beloved Community is sharing our truth and good news with the world, we will be exploring what it means to be an evangelical for UUism in the world today.
In a global nonviolent movement to end war and establish a just and sustainable peace, author, activist, journalist, and radio host, David Swanson, guides our journey to a World Beyond War. Together we are working toward Peace!
The fun and history of Halloween/Samhain in dramatic delivery through traditional Irish folktale. The story about a man who was so mean in life, that later, he is neither accepted into heaven or hell.
In 1969 Rev. James Lewis Stoll came out. http://www.uua.org/lgbtq/witness/policy/facts http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/18/us/18beliefs.html
Our diversity makes us stronger. It broadens our vision and makes us more adaptable and inclusive. We invite people to share. We listen to and learn from others. We don’t proselytize so Unitarian Universalism has historically been one of the best kept secrets of any belief. https://www.facebook.com/GrowingUnitarianUniversalism/
Story of racial welcome with a focus on Native Peoples. http://www.uua.org/multiculturalism/dod/indigenous-day
Robert Christophe is a teacher of Martial Arts and Taoism. His talk will be about the power of the universal field of energy called Chi, and its three manifestations; Yin Yan Chi, Jing, and Shen. How do we cultivate these extraordinary energies for protection, rejuvenation, and fulfillment in our everyday lives.
We will be closing out our month long theme of “Welcome” with a celebration of our membership. The Onionaires will be with us delivering a reflective anthem entitled “Coming Home” by Jay Althouse.
We welcome Soraya Deen to our pulpit. A founder of the Muslim Women Speakers Movement, Dean will be speak on the power of women in changing the culture of Islam, and how we as Unitarian Universalists can welcome progressive muslims into our spiritual home.