Sunday Forum: “Self-Care 101”

Presented by Lehni Lebert Self-Care is a term we hear a lot since the pandemic. What is it? Why is it important? What does it mean for me and the people I care about? Let’s have some conversation about self-care and pass on some great ideas. It will help our

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Sunday Forum: “Services for Seniors…Who Can You Ask?”

Presented Lisa Walker, Bay Aging & Susan Castle, Peninsula Agency on Aging Join on on February 7, 2021, for an info-packed forum on services for our seniors enhancing the quality of life! I.  Lisa Walker, Bay Aging Vice President of Advocacy Resources Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP) –

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Sunday Forum: “Who Are and Why Are There ‘Nones’?”

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt Irreligion in the United States refers to the extent of the lack, indifference to or rejection of religious faith in the country. Americans without religious affiliation, who mostly identify as “nothing in particular” are therefore known as “Nones.” Perhaps the most striking trend in American religion

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Sunday Forum: “Social Justice in Sci-Fi”

Presented by Rachel Bevins Writers have been able to use the costume of the sci fi & fantasy genre to dress up or disguise significant issues facing the world. This includes prejudice (as speciesism), responsibility for the environment (of other planets), and respect for foreign cultures (of aliens and shape

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Sunday Forum: “Journey to Asylum – Walking side by side with those seeking safety in America”

Presented by Jessica Sapalio Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Co-chair Many UU congregations around the country support migrants as part of the Unitarian Universalists Service Committee’s Congregational Accompaniment Program for Asylum Seekers. The Journey to Asylum program seeks to offer compassion and solidarity to migrants and their families. They sponsor,

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