What is your personal vision? How does that interact with the vision of UUFM? Today we hear from different members on their visions and how that creates change in their personal lives and the congregation as a whole. Our convener is Lily Colburn.
If you wear glasses or contacts, you know how different the world can look with or without your lenses. However sharp or poor our visual acuity is, we perceive our world through particular lenses, the lenses of our experience, of our social location, of … read more.
As we remember those who have died in service to the nation, we also wonder whether we will always resort to war. Our nation struggles around how to balance diplomacy with self-defense. Even in our personal lives, we find it hard to know how … read more.
The 7th grade and up class shares thoughts and lessons learned from the UUA Virtue Ethics curriculum. Concepts to explore and challenge include: moderation, integrity, respect, fairness, responsibility, compassion, humility, generosity, courage, forgiveness, and loyalty. Our conveners are Molly and Nick McGaughey.
Many people claim to not be creative. Creativity is not a particular talent but more a way of understanding and interpreting the world. As our children need to be nurtured by loving parents, so do traits like creativity need to be nurtured to grow … read more.
Where do new ideas come from and where do they take us? Creativity pushes us to places we have never seen before and reveals new truth. Individual words and images always have complex associations and nuances that both deepen and confound communication. To make … read more.
Memorial Service for Sam Lacy
Opening Music – Winter Bird Songs
Opening Words – Reverend Jonalu Johnstone
Overview of Sam’s Life – Mike Lacy
Our guest, Harold Schlechtweg, is Advocacy Coordinator of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), Wichita. The IRC responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises, helping people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered survive, recover, and control their future. In 2017 IRC helped resettle 365 refugees … read more.
As we watch plants emerge from the earth, we remember how reliant we are on the planet itself. Forty-eight years ago when Earth Day was initiated, proponents saw the state of the Earth as a crisis. How has the Earth changed since then? How … read more.
Studio Recital: Piano Students of Dr. Agustin Muriago, Dr. Slawomir Dobrzanski, and Dr. David Pickering, Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre and Dance