UUs at Pride Festival


Sunday, February 8th - 11:00 am

Rev. Bob has a couple of related questions for us: "Why Can't We Fix a Racist Justice System Without Blaming Someone for Breaking It? Wouldn't planting seeds of equal justice be a great way to honor Black History Month?"

Wednesday, February 11 - 5:30pm

Our new and improved All-Committee Night. Brown-bag supper and constructive conversation!

Sunday, February 15th - 11:00 am

Bruce Bush offers an intriguing talk he's calling "We know too much!" It's about why so many of us feel helpless and depressed in the face of our broken systems and institutions. We'll talk about how we can balance our knowledge, emotions, and responsibilities.

Sunday, February 22nd - 11:00 am

Rev. Bob leads us in a vital discussion: "Where did we come from and where are we going?"

Sunday, March 1 - 11:00 am

Rev. Bob asks, "Whadya mean, 'Only Human'?" It's an exploration of how our technological world is changing us, for better and/or for worse.

Sunday, March 8th - 11:00 am

LMFW Sharon Smith has a challenge for us: "Love Thy Neighbor, Even If (fill in the blanks)." In this increasingly polarized world, it isn't always easy, but it is imperative that we try. Expect some humor, some serious stuff, and lots of music. Sharon will be joined by vocalists/musicians Rita Burns-Wooten and Paul Van Breemen on guitar.