Sunday Service: The American Religious Scene Today

Peter W. Williams, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Religion and American Studies at Miami University, joins us to share some observations about the role that religion now plays in American life, including the Religious Right, the “nones,” the Catholic Church, and broader issues of the crisis of American institutions.  Service Leader:  Curt Ellison.  Followed by monthly … Continued

Sunday Service: A Regular Florence Nightingale

One hundred and seven years ago on this date, Florence Nightingale, a Unitarian, died. Join Diane Wright as we look at our impulses to do good,” and think about how the reality of our good works holds up against the stereotypes. Service Leader: Linda Amspaugh.

Sunday Service: What I did on my summer vacation

To recap our summer endeavors, Ann Fuehrer will tell us about the Sunday programming in June-July, when participants studied the two issues voted for study action by the 2016 General Assembly: increasing economic inequality and the corruption of our democracy. Patty Klingenberg will regale us with tales of the lively 2017 GA held in New … Continued