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.
Democracy's social contract supports the sanctity of the rule of law, and requires citizens to peacefully accept legitimate election outcomes. But as we've seen in notable protests around the country from the 1960's to today, US citizens do not always accept these outcomes, or at the very least, we've challenged their legitimacy. Is a violent schism or some form of civil war inevitable? What can we do, if anything, to avert such an outcome? Drawing from historical elections from FDR to Joe Biden, Lake Fellowship member Les Kraus will lead a discussion about the role elections have in healing cultural and civic divisions.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll try to get back to you as soon as possible.