9:30 a.m. Forum – LGBTQ Equality Efforts in Mississippi, facilitated by Denise Donnell, Human Rights Campaign
Two steps forward and one step back describes an obnoxious phenomenon in humanity. As Unitarian Universalists we assert peace, liberty, and justice, but it seems like with every move forward we are forced backward. It is important to remember that sometimes we walk and sometimes we trudge, but regardless we must not only move forward, we must also abide.
12:30 p.m. – CUUPS Divination and Oracular Traditions
UUCJ Young People
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Childcare provided in Religious Education Building, unless specified below.
Chalice Children (ages 3-6): Dr. Seuss curriculum
UU Kids (ages 7-11): Judeo-Christian traditions
YUUTH: The middle school and high school youth will continue their discussion of Clair Patterson this week. Patterson is known for measuring lead concentrations to prove that the Earth is billions of years old and battling Big Oil lobbyists to have leaded gasoline banned in the US.