January 6 Dave Caserio with Parker Brown Wordsong – – Commemorating WW One in Poetry and Music
We will commemorate the centennial of the Armistice of World War One. Nationally published poet and reader Dave Caserio will bring the poetry, history and experience of World War One to us. Well-known local bass player Parker Brown will accompany the poetry. This will be sponsored by Humanities Montana.
January 13 Suzanne Reymer Justice Across Borders
Justice Across Borders is the theme of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s Guest At Your Table program for 2018-19. We’ve been collecting change for change to support the UUSC for the past several months. This Sunday, we will focus on the topic and share a sermon on Asylum written by The Rev. Angela Herrera from First Unitarian Church in Albuquerque, NM.
January 20 Fitzgerald Jerry Clark Being Loving, Doesn’t Mean You Will Be Loved
The path of being a champion of justice, human rights, and advocating love for all people is one often beset by attacks, vitriol, and even violence. We must understand that the path of love does not mean we will be universally loved in return. It takes courage to love.
January 27 Ben McKee The Need for Court Appointed Special Advocates
Ben McKee, Development Director of CASA of Yellowstone County, will give a short presentation on the crisis of child abuse and neglect in Billings and the surrounding communities, as well as the role that Court Appointed Special Advocates play in the courts and foster care system. Ben has a degree in psychology from Penn State and has been working with children in Yellowstone County since 2013.