Like many Unitarian congregations, Lake Fellowship UU has suspended face-to-face programming until further notice and the building itself is closed. There will not be programs, activities or rental of our building for the foreseeable future. We will announce updates and changes to this plan as they become available. Lake Fellowship UU will continue meeting virtually.
We all make ethical decisions. But when doing so, what guides our decision-making? Many people think it is the values and formative events that we have experienced in thegeneration in which we grew up. This session will explore how differences in values andformative events of Baby Boomers, GenXers and Millennials affect their ethical decision-making.
Jim Tift’s full-time job is at Tubman Family Alliance in Minneapolis, where he providesinformation, training and education to older people, their family members as well asprofessionals in the field of aging. He also teaches part-time in the Human ServicesProgram at Metropolitan State University. Jim has taught courses and workshops inethics in a variety of settings, including colleges, nursing homes and at professionalconferences for over twenty years.