Six Word Memoirs

Larry Smith is passionate about helping people share their stories of becoming. He created a website - Six Word Memoirs - with numerous tools and prompts to make the sharing easier. One of his prompts turned out to be everyone’s favorite: “Pair down your life journey to six words.” It was inspired by Ernest Hemingway taking up a bar bet to write a novel in 6 words.


Speaker: Don Penn

Don Penn will present a program today. More information coming soon.

Today's meeting is via Zoom, and co-hosted by Lake Fellowship members Kristin Fulkerson and Terry McGlynn. You can join the group starting at 10:15 a.m. and the program will begin at 10:30. To join, please check your email for the Zoom link, or request a link by sending an email to We'll try to get back to you as soon as possible.


Why We Need to Learn About Food and Food Justice: with Guest Speaker Christine Rai

Our food choices impact the environment, animal welfare, communities, and personal health. And in the United States, our food system reinforces inequities in health along racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines. Learning about food and food justice empowers us to make informed choices, support sustainable farming, and enact changes to create a more equitable and vibrant food system.


Beloved Community

February's theme is Beloved Community, the notion popularized by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr for a society based on justice, equal opportunity, and love of one’s fellow human beings; a global vision in which all people can share in the wealth of the earth. For today's program, we'll learn more about Dr. King's vision, and hear different viewpoints from modern civil rights activists who are working to advance the goals of Beloved Community that may offer challenging shifts to our daily lives.


Guest Speaker: Emily White from The Food Group, Part 2!

This Sunday we welcome back Emily White, Director of Development and Marketing for The Food Group (formerly Emergency Foodshelf Network). Emily's program will catch us up with how the organization has been faring since we began contributing financial donations last summer. Emily will share some visuals of their work in the community from the past 6-9 months and talk about the impact and continued need. Learn more at their website (


Karen Wendt: Individualism to Collectivism

As we continue our discussion on the beloved community, Fellowship member Karen Wendt will present “Weaving our way back to Connectivity” as discussed in the book “The Second Mountain - the Quest for a Moral Life” by David Brooks  (click on this link:  the_ted_interview_david_brooks_on_political_healing to listen to the May,  2019 TED INTERVIEW with David Brooks).