Sunday, February 19 at 11am, Rev. Dr. James Macomber shares the service, “How Much Do We Owe the Stranger?”
“The concept of cosmopolitanism has been important to the discipline of philosophy for millennia. It is of great importance to modern Unitarian Universalism as well, given the globalization of economic activity” says Rev. Macomber. ” So let us examine this concept and what it may mean for UUs in an emerging environment of distrust and fear of “the other.”
Rev. Macomber grew up near Cleveland where he began attending a Unitarian church in about the fourth grade. He’s been a part of the Unitarian Universalist movement for more than 60 years.
At 10am, before the service, the Keystone Book Club meets in the Kerwin Reading Room adjacent to the kitchen, to discuss the February book club selection, The Girl on a Train, by Paula Hawkins.
Children’s programs begin at 11:30, after the Story for All Ages.
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