Recording of Richard Bouman's Memorial Service. The American Legion Hall in Mt. Kisco on Sept. 22, 2012. Over 300 people were in attendence from all aspects of Richard's life. The Rev. Jeffrey Gamblee from the Fourth Unitarian Society of Westchester, presided.
Susan Schefflein speaks about the theology of Emily Dickinson and attempt to de-code Dickinson's "religious" poetry. The presentation will review the ambiguities that give the work its density, mystery and beauty.
Member Don Readpath hosts a a discussion of how to accommodate both science and religion in a Unitarian Universalist world-view without diluting the value of either or both in "A free and responsible search for truth and meaning". The service will also attempt to address the question "(How) Can we as Unitarian Universalists simultaneously accommodate both a scientific and religious view of the world?
Food justice is a multidimensional complexity of issues that focuses of four primary areas each of which contains its own maze of issues and complications. Its about equal access to fresh food, its about animal rights, its about creating a food production system that lets us live gently on earth and its about labor rights.
Feb 27th, 2011 by daviesjo
This presentation is based on the sabbatical research of Dr. Gary Klein, a professor of history at Westchester Community College. Last fall, Dr. Klein spent three months at King’s Academy, a high school inspired by King Abdullah’s vision to help transform education in the Arab world. During his stay there, he conducted numerous interviews with the Academy’s students. Get an intimate look of how young Arabs view themselves and the world around them by attending this presentation.