Emerson, Hume, Kant and…

  Kasmire! Yes, this past month, the Sunday Morning Adult Forum attendees were in the presence of great minds (both at the podium and in the classroom) when our own "resident philosopher," Scott Kasmire, delivered his three-part series on "Metaethics and the 'Divinity School Address.'" This year marks the 180th

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The Taste of Words. The Flavor of Freedom

Hats off to Adult Religious Education Chair Kathryn Ozyurt who continues to faithfully lead one of UUFP's pivotal programs! As was recently the case, there are occasions when Sunday Morning Forum facilitators need to reschedule due to unforeseen events. With ease and in cooperative spirit, Kathryn readily rose to the

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Emerson, Hume, Kant and…

  Kasmire! Yes, this past month, the Sunday Morning Adult Forum attendees were in the presence of great minds (both at the podium and in the classroom) when our own "resident philosopher," Scott Kasmire, delivered his three-part series on "Metaethics and the 'Divinity School Address.'" This year marks the 180th

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Free to Wonder…Free to Wander!

The Adult Religious Education Committee launched the New Year with providing its Sunday Morning Forum program in its true form—both engaging and diverse! Although not by design, the first two forum facilitators rendered presentations that were interestingly complementary, yet strikingly different. On January 14, 2018, Kay Braguglia’s fascinating topic entitled,

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It’s All in the Family

"In the beginning God created…." Sound familiar? Yes, these are the introductory words of the Christian Bible. When Sunday Morning Forum facilitator Matt Thompson integrated the Book of Genesis into his two-Sunday series, a traditional theological study was not the purpose of his presentation. Rather, he used this foundational biblical

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“Colour My World”

    Many will recollect the legendary song, "Colour My World" (1969), written by American musician James Pankow, one of the founding members of the jazz/rock fusion band Chicago. Although this trombonist's tribute to his first love via the influence of John Sebastian Bach's work on the song's creation is

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