We are meeting virtually on Sundays at 10:30 AM on Zoom for now and the foreseeable future. Check our weekly email and Facebook page for our Sunday presentations.
March 7 Rev. Wanda Daniel Recognize the Rights of All
As we look anew at the ways we live in community, we find all peoples’ stories of great worth and value. Hearing and responding with active compassion and creating, we develop a world in which human rights dance with earth rights and we move through the universe singing together
March 14 Joseph McGeshick COVID-19 in Indian Country
Joseph McGeshick is Montana State University-Billings’ Tribal Liaison and an Native American Studies instructor.
March 21 Rev. Wanda Daniel Awake Aware to Earth Community
As spring finds us yet again, let’s explore the ever-present Earth. Communities of new life teem with vigor everywhere we turn. If we sit and hear Earth speak ~ really listen, what might she tell us about creating vibrant and nourishing human communities?
March 28 Kris Prinzing What is “American Studies” and How, Why, When, and to Whom Does it Matter?
Join Kris Prinzing, doctoral student in American Studies, for a lighthearted exploration of this perpetually perplexing, UU-like academic discipline and find out how it is relevant to your American life…. or perhaps it isn’t?