Oct. 6, 2019 - The Arc of the Universe - Rev. David Kraemer
A bit of this history of this famous quote by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and a look at where it might go. Will include a look at the work of our own Anti-Racism Change (ARC) Team. With Jennifer Beiriger.
Oct. 13, 2019 - The Clef of the Universe - Rev. David Kraemer
Inspired by the night sky, what does awe do for us, and how does the immensity of the cosmos encourage a sense of belonging? With Meg Whaley.
Oct. 20, 2019 - Camping Out on the Earth - Rev. David Kraemer
In the Jewish Tradition, Sukkot, also known as the “Festival of Booths,” or “The Festival of Ingathering,” celebrates the harvest and the coming together of community. What parallels can we find in our own lives? With Jackie Landers.
Oct. 27, 2019 - Doomed to repeat it? Lessons of Europe’s 1920s for our 2020s - Dr. Kimberly Redding, Carrroll University professor
This service will focus on the radicalization of German culture and politics and the rise of the Nazi party, but will also try to crack open the myth that ONLY Germany faced extremism during the 1920s and ‘30s. Carroll University professor Dr. Kimberly Redding.