Philipp Muessig will present a program on finding hope in the local sustainability movement and what the state’s sustainability cities program is all about. His background is in science and community development, with previous jobs in minerals exploration, cooperative business development and neighborhood association management. A graduate of Carleton College, he now is the Program Coordinator of the MN GreenStep Cities program and periodically participates in MN Design Team charrettes. Prior work includes transportation topic lead for the MN Green Corps and co-director of the (former) M
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Lake Fellowship member Marnie Karger will lead today's program, following this month's theme of Integrity. Today, through presentation, video, discussion, and small group work, we'll look at how we can put our integrity to work as individuals as well as members of a UU fellowship.
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Frank Sachs is a retired twin cities educator who taught in both public and private schools, the past 37 years at Blake School where he is Faculty Emeritus. Since November Frank has been representing the Minnesota State Demographers office as a speaker on behalf of the 2020 Minnesota Census. Frank will tell us how it works, why it is important (decides how many congressional representatives we will have, what the redistricting will be based upon, and how Federal funds will be allocated – it is important) and how each of us might help to ensure that we get all that is coming to us.
Integrity & the Restoration of Wholeness How do we live lives of integrity in a world of shifting morals? How do we stay true to ourselves, find out what we truly believe, and whether or not those beliefs are congruent with how you are expressing yourself on a day to day basis?
The people that I have met with the most integrity are those that are honest about all the many parts of themselves. They feel free to express their beliefs and values in most all settings.
So why then do I feel so hesitant and vulnerable to show all the many parts of myself? What are my blocks to becoming an authentic person of integrity? Am I willing to dare to be that person?
Speaker: Terry Anderson, life long learner on daring to be human with integrity.
Attention! Attention, please! Lake Fellowship member Marnie Karger will present an interactive program today around this month's theme: Attention. We'll explore our perceptions of what it means to pay attention, we'll practice being attentive to the present moment, and we'll attend to some poetry by Ted Kooser. All are invited to attend!
There will be no program today. Enjoy your holiday and seasonal gatherings. Programs will resume on Sunday, January 5th, 2020.