9:30 AM Traditional Program: “Colonialism in Kansas: Quindaro” – Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long
Former member Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long will discuss her research on Quindaro, Kansas, a small settlement established in 1856 to help secure Kansas as a free territory. Quindaro was a Free State port-of-entry for abolitionists.
10:30 a.m. Coffee in Founders Hall
Art in Founder’s Hall: Peter Johnson’s work includes drawings, paintings, and prints. His show will be up through August 27.
11:00 AM Worship Service: “The Science of Skipping Stones” – Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long, with Worship Associate Laura Wilson
Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long, who we ordained a year ago and who is now serving our UU congregation in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, as lead minister, returns this weekend to UUCL with a service about our past, our future, and the moves–and magic– that take us from one to the other.
Faith Development Classes
For Adults at 9:30 am
NO Adult Faith Development classes today.
For children at 9:30 am – all ages including Middle Youth (Spirit Play Center)