Sunday Service 10 AM
Theme: Longing and Wonder
Feb 5: "Kurt Vonnegut: Author of Wonder and Imagination"
with Wesley Hromatko
Contemporary author Kurt Vonnegut was driven by curiosity and wonder. He longed for a better world. He wondered about the consequence of automation in his early no vel Player Piano. He wondered about why things happened. His imaginative reflections on his World War II experiences are found in his best selling Slaughter House Five. Vonnegut's wonder and longing can stir up our own.
Feb 12: Missing Piece/Peace - We are all complete and also in progress. There is a longing for partnership that is innate in our being, but it doesn't mean that we need others to be whole ourselves. Join Minister Sarah Caine this Sunday as she explores personal longing for wholeness.
Feb 18: Wonder Across Traditions - We Unitarian Universalists... are not alone in the wonder we feel at the Universe. As far back as humans go, there are explanations for the natural world. Join Minister Sarah Caine for this small peek at different expressions of "Oh, Wow!"
Feb 26:Kristyne Wallth from the Center for New Americans
Guest Speaker, Kristyne Wallth, speaks on the Center for New Americans is a program of Lutheran Social Services. LSS began providing resettlement services for refugees as early as 1948, when the organization resettled displaced people from Europe following World War II. While the origin of populations resettled shifts depending on global conflicts, LSS continues to provide these services as part of its mission.
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