Date/Time Event
9:30 am -10:30 am Themes in UU History and Theology -- Unitarianism   UUFM, Manhattan KS

Unitarianism began as a repudiation of the idea of the Trinity and an embrace of the goodness (as opposed to depravity) of humanity.  After some influence of German Romanticism and Transcendentalism, humanism evolved, and the fellowship movement grew up.  A key part of where we come from.  All are invited to attend.  Learn more from Jonalu Johnstone at revjonalu@uufm.net.

10:45 am -12:00 pm Sunday Service   UUFM, Manhattan KS

What if …?  Letting Go of Judgment to Embrace Curiosity

Rev Jonalu Johnstone presents this service.  Too often, our tendency may be to judge.  We judge other people, calling them rude or loser.  We judge their intentions–that they are selfish or greedy.  We also judge situations as horrible or unfortunate or even a great opportunity.  We want to decide quickly whether we like or dislike something or someone, before we’ve had time to be curious.  What would happen if we suspended judgment in order to sim-ply observe and learn, rather than to rush to judgment?  How might that change what happens?  How might it change our hearts?  Our convener is Madilena Mendiola at madilenam@gmail.com.

4:00 pm -5:30 pm Racial Justice Team mtg   UUFM, Manhattan KS

UUFM members and friends gather to grow our understanding, and plan effective action on racial justice issues.  Join Rev Jonalu Johnstone and our Racial Justice team on the first Sunday afternoon of each month, at 4 pm, at the Fellowship.  Learn more from Jonalu at revjonalu@uufm.net.

4:00 pm -5:30 pm Racial Justice Team mtg   UUFM, Manhattan KS

UUFM members and friends gather to grow our understanding, and plan effective action on racial justice issues.  Join Rev Jonalu Johnstone and our Racial Justice team on the first Sunday afternoon of each month, at 4 pm, at the Fellowship.  Learn more from Jonalu at revjonalu@uufm.net.

 

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