Nov 1 – “All My Relations” – Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum –“The very air surrounding us and moving the flame is the air our Ancestors were breathing. There is no other.” says Mi-Shell Jessen. At this time of year of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’s Day, how do we embrace, struggle with, and engage our ancestors?
Nov 8 – “Faith and Stardust” – Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum -Carl Sagan used to say, “We are all star stuff!” How do the latest scientific discoveries, such as water on Mars, change how we understand our place in the universe?
Nov 15 – “To Be Announced” – Rev. Julie Nemecek, Guest Preacher
Nov 22 – “Guest at Your Table: Refugees” – Rev. Cynthia L. Landrum One of the UU Service Committee’s major focuses is serving the people who are most overlooked or discriminated against in the midst of humanitarian crises such as forced migration, large-scale conflicts, genocide, and natural disasters. This year the Guest at Your Table program is highlighting the empowerment of refugees. As UUSC celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, we’ll look back to their origin: Martha and Rev. Waitstill Sharp helping European refugees escape persecution during World War II.
Nov 29 – “In Thanks for Grace Lee Boggs” – Lay Leader: Jon Hart – An examination of the Detroit based activist Grace Lee Boggs and her development of the (r)evolution idea. How her concepts can help us transform and love our world.