Jon Gudmundson and 3 of his very talented friends will join us to explore jazz music. It will be mostly music, so come ready to enjoy! (For some people, that might include earplugs, and no offense will be taken.)
We will examine how our current political landscape has impacted both this long term principle of our democratic government and how we consider our own congregational work.
Ben Philips of El Centro Hispano will speak about the work they are doing in the community. Join us for refreshments following the service.
Dr. Jess Lucero of the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology at USU, will share how she brings real-world learning about social justice concerns (fair housing and other complex issues) into the classroom. Come and be inspired!
This Sunday we’ll discuss biology as destiny: societal pressure to be womanly, what that means, and how it affects us all. Let’s talk about changing this pattern. Please come prepared to share your thoughts and feelings.
Due to the low attendance last week, we will be reprising that service this week. This Sunday we will be pondering what went wrong in the Civil Rights movement. Why are black people subject to the same terror now that they were 50 years ago? Tara be reading the Rev. William G. Sinkford’s brilliant sermon, “The Dream of White Innocence.”