Wit, Wisdom and Wonder!

Do the summer months make you long for vacation? Well, if "Laughter is an instant vacation" (Milton Berle), then this past Sunday, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula attendees did not have to travel far to experience a ready respite from the routine. Record numbers of people gathered eagerly at

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The Breath of Life

When White Stone, Virginia, attorney and Town Council member Lee Anne Washington served as a candidate in a 2008 Virginia special election, the recurring issue of abortion propelled her into in-depth research. Being questioned about her position on abortion and hearing constituents assert their biblical pro-life rationale, Lee Anne decided

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Tandem Travelers

Ardith and Ken? Man and Machine? Returning Sunday Morning Forum Facilitators Ardith Chambers and Ken Goodrich delivered double the benefit via their tandem presentation: "Cybernetics: The Interface between Man and Machine." This terrific twosome led us in quite the excursion through "the scientific study of control and communication in the

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“Classism”

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt - July 2 & 9, 2017 Part I of this two-part forum involves exercises to increase our awareness of the socio-economic makeup of UU congregations. These activities will help illustrate that classism can be a form of exclusion, prejudice, discrimination, or an oppression that hurts people.

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“Open Mike…Open Minds”

Moderated by Mason Moseley - June 25, 2017 This Sunday Forum's "Open Mike" debut presents a challenge for our participants! Bring something interesting you have heard or read about recently that is loosely related to our seven UU Principles. A reading; an audio piece you've heard; why you believe it's

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June 18, 2017: Presence with a Purpose

Throughout our lives, the seemingly unanswerable human question arises: "What is the 'meaning' of life?" Some ponder…what if life has no meaning; it just IS. The question then evolves: "What is our 'purpose' in life?" Each of us makes that determination for ourselves. Sunday Morning Forum Founder Bob Smith helped

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June 11, 2017: “The Tender Gravity of Kindness”

“Before you know what kindness really is you must lose things….” So writes poet Naomi Shihab Nye in the poem, "Kindness," shared by Sudhana Forest Project Director Michael Roy at this week's Sunday Morning Forum. At Sadhana Forest, in the small township of Auroville, located in Tamil Nadu, South India,

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