On Sunday, June 29, at 11 am, Lay leader LeAnn Kahl will help explore how we view ourselves as we age. Are we still that girl or boy in the mirror? How have we changed? What do we embrace or disavow each time we look in the mirror?
Youth and Adult programs begin at 10am. In our Community Conversations adult discussion program, will consider “Teaching Plato to Plumbers”. A recent Atlantic article looked at the relevance of philosophy in our everyday lives, suggesting, “…we should strive to be a society of free people, not simply one of well-compensated managers and employees. Henry David
Thoreau is as relevant as ever when he writes, “We seem to have forgotten that the expression ‘a liberal education’ originally meant among the Romans one worthy of free men; while the learning of trades and professions by which to get your livelihood merely, was considered worthy of slaves only.” We’ll look at what a “liberal” education might mean today.
Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists is covenantal faith community in Odessa that welcomes seekers from all spiritual, theological and philosophical backgrounds who wish to join in a free, rational and responsible search for truth and meaning in their lives.
Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists is located at 18412 Burrell Road, just off Tarpon Springs Road, east of Boy Scout Road) in Odessa.
Call (813) 792-1622 for more information.