Sunday, February 1 “Faitheist?” Rev. Sam Trumbore
Some atheists would like to debunk and expunge religion from the world. They would like to put an end to irrationality and supernaturalism, stimulating human cultural evolution beyond the superstitions of our past. Other atheists find value in the world’s diverse religious heritage worth appreciating and respecting. The first group of atheists like to denigrate the second group as “faitheists.”
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Capital Area Against Mass Incarceration (CAAMI) will be meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, 7pm at the Social Justice Center.
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Long Strange Trip: An Exploration of UU History–6:00-8:00 PM, Six Wednesdays, Jan. 14 – Feb. 18
Learning the Language of Love: an Introduction to Nonviolent Communication, Saturday, Feb. 14, 9:30-4:40
Potluck and Presentation on End-of-Life Issues sponsored by Lifespan Learning Committee
March 6, 5:30 – 6:45 PM potluck and 7:00 – 9:00 presentation
Beloved Conversations, 10:00-12:00, Saturdays from March 7-May 9
Nonviolent Communication practice group
Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning
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