Lake Fellowship

of Unitarian Universalists

Program

Intention as plans

During the month of February we investigate what it means to act as a person, and a community, of intention. The programs, led by Matthew Tift, explore the relevance of three kinds of intention for Unitarian Universalists: intention as doing (Feb. 11), intention as plans (Feb. 18), and intention as belief (Feb. 25). The categories serve as only as a guide, and we welcome intentional diversions.

Date: 
02/18/2018 - 10:30am

Intention as doing

During the month of February we investigate what it means to act as a person, and a community, of intention. The programs, led by Matthew Tift, explore the relevance of three kinds of intention for Unitarian Universalists: intention as doing (Feb. 11), intention as plans (Feb. 18), and intention as belief (Feb. 25). The categories serve as only as a guide, and we welcome intentional diversions.

Date: 
02/11/2018 - 10:30am

Music of Resistance: Larry McDonough and Richard Terrill

Lake Fellowship is proud to welcome back performers Larry McDonough and Richard Terrill for a special program about the Music of Resistance. Blending songs with poetry, these two will emphasize the importance of our intentions and actions to resist injustice on our world.

When not playing his saxophone or writing poetry, Richard teaches in the MFA progam at Minnesota State University, Mankato as a Distinguished Faculty Scholar. 

Date: 
02/04/2018 - 10:30am

Our Intentions as Environmental Stewards of Lake Fellowship UU: A Conversation

The co-chairs of our Social Action Committee, Kristin Fulkerson and Laurie Gauer, chose Environmental Issues as theirfocus for our 2017-18 program year. Continuing with our theme of Intention, today, Laurie will lead us in conversationsto help us clarify our intentions as environmental stewards of Lake Fellowship. She will then share these with our Boardof Directors and encourage the Board to develop an Environmental Statement of Intention to be used as a guide inmaking decisions that have an environmental impact.

Date: 
01/28/2018 - 10:30am

Intentionally Living Her Faith

We continue the month with Intention as our theme. Our speaker, Gloria Lindberg, will share how her daily actions as aMaster Naturalist is a way she intentionally lives the values of her Baha’i Faith. Gloria will inspire us to intentionally liveour UU values and, in the process, will also teach us about Baha’i. (Today is World Religion Day, which was originated bythe Baha’I in 1950.)

Date: 
01/21/2018 - 10:30am

Beyond Hope

Today we’re going to explore going beyond hope to make a difference in the world. Kristin Fulkerson will give us abehind the scenes look at how legislation comes to be and lead us in hands on activities to impact legislation. Kristin is co-chair of our Social Action committee; she was Chief of Staff for two years for Maryland State Delegate(Representative) Al Carr who sits on the “Environment and Transportation Committee.”

Date: 
01/14/2018 - 10:30am

You Gotta Have Hope

We start the month and 2018 with the theme of Hope. Through music, readings, videos, and conversations we’ll reflecton why we need Hope. Led by Kristin Fulkerson, co-chair of our Social Action committee.

Date: 
01/07/2018 - 10:30am

Living in a world of abundance

Join us as LFUU member Dan Larson will lead the program and dive further into our monthly them of abundance by looking at what that means in a wider, global perspective.  We’ll be watching a 15 minute TED talk by Peter Diamandis that discusses the abundance of environmental and technological resources we are surrounded by and what we are doing to make it a better world to live in.  In addition, we’ll also dig into some of the negative aspects of abundance at a societal and personal level.

Date: 
12/10/2017 - 10:30am

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