Sponsored by the Adult Religious Education Committee
Sunday Morning Forum began many years ago in complement to minister led worship on Sunday mornings. With our Unitarian Universalist values as both foundation and springboard, the Forum has grown into a well moderated, high quality, adult discussion group that promotes learning on a wide variety of topics. It is a classroom of people who trust each other's good intentions and value each other's diverse opinions.
Haven't checked out the Forum yet? Here is a glimpse of the interesting discussion topics over the last couple of months.
“The Ennea-What Now???”
Presented by Sarah Davis - March 25, 2018
“Bumper Sticker Philosophy: Plumbing the Depths”
Presented by Lehni Lebert – April 3, 2018
“Prosperity Gospel: Evangelical Thought on Pre-existing Conditions”
Presented by Ken Goodrich - April 8 & 15, 2018
Going beyond the pulpit, prosperity theology's foundational notion that individual success or failure are powerful indicators of divine worthiness is becoming a powerful undercurrent in the public sphere.
"Paperclips and Butterflies"
Presented by Dennis Shaw & Julian Padowicz - April 22 & 29, 2018
A unique memorial was established at the school, drawing visitors from around the world. Forum attendees viewed and discussed an award winning video illustrating what these amazing kids accomplished.
"Understanding Evangelicals" - Part III
Presented by April Kelsey – May 6, 2018
"Comfort in a Relationship with Death"
Presented by Mike Taber – May 13 & 20, 2018
“Politics and Religion in Turkey”
Presented by ARE Chair Kathryn Ozyurt – May 27, 2018
"Snake Goddesses of the Mediterranean"
Presented by Dawn Hutchinson - June 3, 2018
Christopher Newport University Professor Hutchinson helped us take a closer look at Mediterranean snake goddesses. What is it that the Rabbis feared?
Our thanks to the many forum facilitators and team members who offer these educational opportunities, which nourish the mind and spirit and infuse us to be Light in the world! Join us, Sundays, 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon in the UUFP Office Building!
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