Talk by Bill Waters, PhD Cultural Anthropology
The UU Women’s Group will meet at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Our topic will be transformative journeys. Transformative journeys can be physical, emotional, spiritual, or any combination of those elements that change our perspective and the course of … Continue reading
Rev. Gary Kowalski “Van Gogh and Degas are better remembered, and command higher prices. Yet I prefer the works of their contemporary impressionist Mary Cassatt,” says our minister Reverend Kowalski, who will talk this morning about the revolution in art … Continue reading
In order to talk about impermanence, perhaps we should ask ourselves what is permanent. Ask yourself that question. What in your life is permanent? We have all lived enough years to think back and compare yesterday, or many yesterdays, to … Continue reading
The UCOT Men’s Group meets on the third Wednesday of each month from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. Let Terry Surguine know if you’d like to receive notices and directions: .
Rev. Munro Sickafoose Part three of a series on the three transcendental properties of being postulated by Plato—the Good, the True, and the Beautiful—and how they relate to us today. This month I’ll share my thoughts on The Beautiful—not to … Continue reading
What’s the difference? Is it just semantics, or is there some way to differentiate the two? Can you know things if you don’t have the experience to back it up? Can you have an experience without gaining knowledge? Is this in … Continue reading
Service Led by Marsha & Chuck Fawns Mixing celebration and mourning, the Dia de Los Muertos service both affirms life and gives us a chance to share our grief. Incorporating many of the traditional aspects, an ofrenda (or altar) will … Continue reading
The UCOT Women’s Group will meet Wednesday November 6th at 6 p.m. For meeting place and directions, or if you wish to be added to (or deleted from) the UU Women’s Group list, contact Carol Doughty – .
“Friendship is like a glass ornament, once it is broken, it can rarely be put back together in exactly the same way.” —Charles Kingsley A broken friendship can be quite hard on the heart and result in an aching guilt … Continue reading