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March 5 : Steve Wilson
Topic ~ First Steps on the Path to Tolerance: Transylvanian Pilgrimage
Transylvania, the European-Asian crossroads now in Romania is the birthplace of Unitarian's commitment to Tolerance. In this presentation we will pilgrimage to the rural hills and retrace our UU History. Come visit with me, and consider a trip this summer. MEETING OF THE PARISH COMMITTEE FOLLOWING THE SERVICE
March 12 : Rev. Albert Ciarcia
Topic ~ “You Can't Do It!” “...a sermon everyone should hear...”
March 19 : Steve Wilson
Topic ~ UU Membership: The Elevator Speech
This sermon picks up on the difficulty of sharing our church and Unitarian Universalism. All in 30 seconds. What hopefully results is a service designed to give people a fun way to engage their UU faith and the comic difficulty of being able to speak about it.
March 26th: This Arts and Activism 4th Sunday is an Arts morning! Unlock your creative energy! Bring kids and/or the kid in you because we're going to explore our inner artist. Art materials supplied – just bring your imagination and a spirit of fun.
Sunday Services & events coming in April:
April 4 : Steve Wilson, Topic ~ Earth Daze
April 9 : Rev. Albert Ciarcia, Topic ~ “Other Dimensions”
April 16: Steve Wilson ~Easter Sunday 0030
April 23: Arts & Activism 4th Sunday ~Special Pioneer Valley Institute Historical Music Program at 4:00 pm featuring The Fall Town String Band
GREAT DECISIONS 2006 FOREIGN POLICY DISCUSSIONS continue......every second and fourth Saturday morning ~ Join your UU friends for continental breakfast and stimulating discussion at 10:00am
Each session begins with a brief video segment with noted experts presenting the views on all sides of the issue. At the end of each session we ballot our individual opinions to be sent to the Foreign Policy Association.
Contact Annette Mackin Wadleigh for a booklet or more information, 648-9574
March 11th: Double topic: Energy resources / Brazil
March 25th: China and India: partners or competitors?
April 8th: Special guest Ted Thornton, Northfield Mt. Hermon faculty member and specialist in the history and religions of the Middle East will join us to share his insights
April 22nd: Double topic: Human rights in the age of terrorism/ Turkey
May 13th: Pandemics and security
GREAT DECISIONS 2006 FOREIGN POLICY DISCUSSION SERIES
Jan. 28th – Every second and fourth Saturday morning
at the Bernardston Unitarian Church across from the Sunoco station (enter by the back door). Come to one, two, or all!
Each session will begin with a brief video with noted experts presenting the views on all sides of the issue. Booklets are available for purchase or borrowing from the Bernardston Church. Contact Annette Mackin Wadleigh for a booklet or more information, 648-9574 or Minister Steve Wilson, 617-852-2292.
UN reform : Jan 28th
The U.S. and Iran Feb 11th
Energy resources Feb 25th
Brazil : March 11th
China and India: partners or competitors? Marh 25th
Special Guest speaker Ted Thornton Northfield Mt. Hermon School faculty member and specialist in the history and religions of the Middle East : April 8th
Human rights in the age of terrorism : April 22nd
Pandemics and security : May 13th
We ballot our opinions at the end of each discussion and will send them to the Foreign Policy Association for tallying with views of other groups across the country and to inform our government.