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Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Breeden Sunday, May 2, 2021 In the northern hemisphere the first of May has long been considered a time of magic and a season for getting down to the work at hand. Text (PDF): Burying the Lead: The Power of May Day The post Burying the Lead: The Power of May Day appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.…
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti As we conclude our monthly theme of Becoming and emerge from a year marked by pandemic, uprising, hard truths, and hope, we’ll look at what has changed and what has not, for us as individuals and for our broader communities and country. Text (PDF): What Have We Become? View on YouTube The post What Have We Become? appeared fi…
 
Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Breeden Sunday, April 4, 2021 I suppose every kid gets asked that question: “What are you going to be when you grow up?” The question implies that an adult stasis will occur at, oh, twenty-one or so. Then, that doesn’t happen for any of us. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all reply, “I’m going to be becoming, how about you?”…
 
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Amid various calls for unity and reconciliation, it’s a good time to ask: What do we owe those who would do us harm? What are our ethical obligations to rivals and oppressors? What do our theological traditions have to say? Text (PDF): Questioning Commitment View on YouTube The post Questioning Commitment appeared first on Fi…
 
Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Breeden Early spring is a fraught time. The winter is behind us, and it is time to take stock of what warm weather will bring. When I was young, I would go with my grandfather when he went to visit his farmer friends. Instead of saying “goodbye,” many of them would shout, “Don’t eat your seed corn!” It was an acknowledgment …
 
Paula Cole Jones and Rev. Kelli Clement Following our virtual workshop on Saturday, March 13, Ms. Jones and Rev. Kelli explore the interplay of humanism and the 8th Principle. The post Committing to a Culture of Inclusion appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.Por First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis
 
Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Breeden Thoughts on the projected steep decline of traditional religion and the need for “resonance” rather than “relevance.” You may have seen the poster from the American Humanist Association: ‘The Ten Commitments’ that most Humanists take seriously. These include critical thinking, ethical development, peace and social ju…
 
A Conversation between Rev. Kelli Clement and Tyra Thomas of Street Voices of Change Sunday, February 21, 2021 How women’s voices make a difference in rooms where decisions are being made. View on YouTube The post Adding Women to the Sequel: Full Circle Beloved Community appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.…
 
Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Breeden Four decades before First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis became humanist, the congregation began as a Darwin reading group. We celebrate the theory of natural selection not only because it is a central scientific idea but also for its implications–we live in a web of interdependence. Text (PDF): Why Darwin? A Decla…
 
Speakers: Rev. Jim Foti and member Amanda Harrington “Beloved community” may be a familiar phrase, but what does it really mean? And what questions should we ask to get there? Talk (PDF) by Rev. Jim Foti Talk (PDF) by Amanda Harrington View on YouTube The post The Challenge of Beloved Community appeared first on First Unitarian Society of Minneapol…
 
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