9:30 Program

9:30-10:30

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Our  Sunday morning Program follows the original format developed by the founders of our Unitarian Fellowship.  We feature topics of general interest:  politics,  history, Kansas, art, social justice and personal stories.

We also cover topics of importance to  members of the congregation:  stewardship, long-range planning and governance, as well as recognizing special occasions in the life of our congregation and of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Our Program Team works closely with the Social Justice Team to include discussions of social action and justice, such as Black Lives Matter, Headquarters Counseling Center, affordable housing, Just Food and others.

When time allows, a question session follows the presentation of the speaker or panel.

This Coming Sunday

Upcoming Events

September

Sept 11 Mike Hoeflich: Assault on the Kansas Judiciary

Sept 18 Charles R. Epp: Pulled Over

Sept 25 Eric Anderson: History of Haskell Indian Nations University (and Predecessors)

October

Oct 2  Jake Kipp: Humanism from Erasmus to Karl Marx–and Intermediate Points

Oct 9  Sheldon Weisgrau: Alliance for Healthy Kansas: Expand KanCare

Oct 16 Leonard Zeskind,   “NAACP  ‘Racist’ Report on the Tea Party”

Oct 23 Burdette Loomis from the Political Science Department:  “Elections 2016”

Oct 30 Nancy Thellman  on  Expanded Jail? Criminal Justice

November

Nov 6 Robin Rowland from the Department of Communication   “The 2016 Presidential Election:   A Point of Crisis in American Democracy.”

Nov 13 Hank Guarisco, “The Interesting World of Kansas Spiders.”

Nov 20  “Harvest Festival”

Nov. 27 The Joy of Personality Tests