At 11am, Rev. Rus Cooper-Dowda shares the sermon, Transitions. “You know what you need to do,” says Rev. Rus. “You sometimes can just see a bit of the final goal on the horizon. Why does that first step always look like the Grand Canyon? Can we ever cheat like Evel Knievel’s rocket over the Snake River long ago?”
At 10am, join us in the Kerwin Reading Room adjacent to the kitchen for our weekly Community Conversations adult discussion program. The Keystone Book Club leads our 3rd Sunday discussion group, this month with our February read, “Nature’s God: The Heretical Origins of the American Republic”, by Matthew Stewart. Stewart explores the history of an American Revolution not yet finished and a stirring reassertion of the power of ideas unbound by the shackles of superstition. … the book is a lively chronicle of the years leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It’s not necessary to have read the book to join in the discussion.
In our Youth Lifespan Religious Exploration program, starting after the Story for All Ages, around 11:30am, we’ll continue our look at our UU Story with, “Transcendentalism is a Really Big Word: Meet Ellery Channing.” (carried over from January)
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