“Entering in the Middle” Rev. Nancy Bowen

Each of us has experienced the excitement and the overwhelm of entering for the first time. Often it is memorable: first days of school; first day on a new job; meeting your beloved’s family; moving to a new neighborhood; adopting a child; being adopted.   So often we were entering in

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Going Inward with www.thework.com

From the website: “The Work is a simple yet powerful process of inquiry that teaches you to identify and question the thoughts that cause all the suffering in the world. It’s a way to understand what’s hurting you, and to address the cause of your problems with clarity. In its

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Comedy/Open Mic Night

Bring your funny stories, sketches, songs, or poems. If it’s funny and you’d like to share it, you’re on! Please keep to 5 minutes max. Facilitator:      Marco Deppe Date:               Saturday, June 2                                 Time:               6–8 p.m. Location:         Social Hall                                            Class Limit:      None Registration Deadline:  Friday, June

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Sticks and Stones: The Words You Say DO Matter

One major way to work successfully for social justice is to use words that are precise, mindful, respectful, and privilege autonomy and self-determination in our daily interactions.  We need to say what we mean, and mean what we say.  Come and participate in some meaningful discussion on the power of

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Uppity UU Women: Seeing History Through the Eyes of 19th-Century Universalist and Unitarian Women

Come and hear the prophetic and theological words of abolitionists, educators, writers, the first woman UU minister, and those promoting full citizenship rights for African-Americans and women. This course has an emphasis on social justice, UU history, and Transcendentalism. Leader:            Margo (Waldroup) Rinehart, MSW; Ministerial Intern, WSUU.                                                        

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“Tickling Giants” Movie Screening and Discussion

Bassem Youssef has been described as the Jon Stewart of Egypt. The compelling documentary follows the charismatic doctor-turned-TV-satirist in his rise and fall within Egyptian TV and through the events the rise and fall of democracy in Egypt. The movie runs just under 2 hours and I would like to

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