Zoom Service: It is with much embarrassment that I return

Reflections on the story of Shoichi Yokoi. On January 24, 1972, two men checking their shrimp traps along a small river in the jungles of Guam encountered Shoici Yokoi. Several World War II Japanese soldiers had been left behind on the Island of Guam, and Shoici was the last survivor. Come join Diane Wright and … Continued

Zoom Service: Spirituality, Self, and Community

“Spirituality, Self, and Community: The importance of maintaining a spiritual grounding while navigating the expression of frustrations, fears, anxieties, and support from individuals and families working through a shared challenge.” Join Talawanda School Board member, Becky Howard, for this conversation. Service Leader: Drew Ruther

Zoom Service: Dignity and Justice at a Food Pantry?

Ann Fuehrer, Executive Director of the Talawanda Oxford Pantry and Social Services, asks us to consider the first two principles of Unitarian Universalism in the operation of a food pantry. Service Leader: Linda Amspaugh.