Guest speaker Sara Mcglynn
Today's program will be an exploration of October's theme of Deep Listening. Lake Fellowship member, Marnie Karger will lead this virtual program that will include a discussion and opportunities for reflection. More information forthcoming.
Continuing with October's theme of Deep Listening, today's program will be on the topic of the Black Lives Matter movement. Lake Fellowship member Kristin Fulkerson will lead this virtual program. More information forthcoming.
Today's program will be an exploration of November's theme of Healing as it connects to our political divides and the recent general election. Lake Fellowship members, Marnie Karger and Laurie Gauer will co-lead this 2-part virtual program that will include a discussion and opportunities for reflection. More information forthcoming.
Lake Fellowship welcomes friend of the fellowship Lisa Wersal for her virtual program about writing Letters to the Editor as a form of social activism. From Lisa:
Today we welcome back speaker David Jones, for his virtual program, titled 1936 Berlin Olympics: The Nazi Games. The 1936 Olympic Games held in Berlin are notorious for the tightly controlled image the Nazis presented to the world. But, these Games also became a blueprint for future Games that is followed to the present day. We will look at the history of the Olympics and the complicated legacy of the 1936 Games.
Lake Fellowship gladly welcomes the return of Richard Terrill and Larry McDonough, and their new program, titled "Sources." Much as UUs credit a wide range of sources for their spirituality, creative artists “borrow” from those who have come before. In today’s service, pianist Larry McDonough (composition, arranging) and saxophonist Richard Terrill (poetry) will describe and illustrate their process of borrowing material from other sources for use in their own creative work, and attempt to link that process with spiritual concerns.
Today, Lake Fellowship is pleased to welcome back Louis Asher as our guest speaker. Louis's talk uses the development of the airplane as an example of how various factors provided the impetus which led to the development of air, and eventually, space travel. Within a time span of 66 years we went from the Wright Brothers first flight of 1903 to the moon landing of 1969.
Today, Lake Fellowship proudly welcomes back Mark Ritchie. More information about Mark's virtual program is forthcoming.
Today's program will be an exploration of January's theme of Inspiration. Lake Fellowship member, Marnie Karger will lead this virtual program that will include a discussion and opportunities for reflection. More information forthcoming.