Mortality and Resurrection

2022-04-17 10:30:00

In-person and online. The human condition is that we are aware of our own mortality.  How do we respond to what UU minister Forrest Church called “the dual reality of being alive and having to die?” How can we understand the possibility of resurrection?


Virtual Social Time, 11:30-noon by Zoom. Bring your coffee and join us following the service for Social Time hosted by Rev. Connie Grant. You’ll be assigned to an automatically-generated “breakout room” for a half-hour of conversation with a small group of people. A discussion question related to the service will be provided. Look for Zoom details in the Order of Service email and on the Member Portal page.

Science Sunday, Noon, in-person or online.  Mike Winter and Scott Thompson will have a free-form discussion about the importance of science communication and relevance and usefulness of scientific knowledge. We all know that it’s important to understand issues like climate change and deforestation. But why is it important to learn cosmology, or the theory of evolution by natural selection? Mike and Scott will also explore their personal motivation for learning and sharing science.

Religious Education:

Religious Education classes are meeting multi-platform – in person or via Zoom. Please click on the Spiritual Growth tab above for more details and how to register for weekly updates.