Afrikan Contributions To Worldly Civilizations and Global Cultures  This interactive conversation will offer a new perspective on the vast ways that Afrikan Culture has influenced, and continues to influence communities and cultures around the world. We will explore Afrikan arts, Afrikan history, Afrikan spirituality, Afrikan warfare and Afrikan centered education. Born and raised on Milwaukee’s […]

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Useless whining and complaining fill our conversations—and our lives—with negative thoughts and feelings. Deciding to live complaint-free can change our lives for the better. Do you think you could you do it? Rev. Joan Shiels has been bringing messages of hope, hardship and humor to our fellowship for 23 years. She has graduate degrees in Religion, […]

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Did you know last month 10,000 Buddhist monks were praying for you? They were intentionally praying for peace and love for everyone in the world.  Does this type of unknown love and kindness make any real difference in the world?  Join us as we explore the mystery of kindness. Rev. Karon Sandberg is a Unitarian Universalist […]

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Prophets challenge us in many ways.  We can explore some of those challenges through the life and teachings of MLK and our response to them. The Rev. Barbara Sajna is a Wisconsin native, originally from the Rhinelander area. She has a law degree from the University of Wisconsin and practiced with a general practice firm in […]

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The Northeast Corner with Katie Dahl

Many Americans don’t know that Eleanor Roosevelt, during several of the years she spent in the White House, maintained a passionate romantic relationship with Lorena “Hick” Hickok, a Wisconsin buttermaker’s daughter and one of the most prominent women journalists of her day. Katie Dahl, who is currently writing a musical about Eleanor and Hick, will […]

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Taizé Prayer is a simple, meditative form of worship, calling us to dwell deeply in the presence around and within us. Mantra songs, prayerful silence, and short readings guide the focus of the prayer. This New Year’s Eve morning, experience how this form of prayer can be guided for Unitarian Universalists. Cyndy Stiehl led the […]

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The Illusion of Separateness with Bret Bicoy

It feels to me as if too many of us have bought into what our Buddhist friends call the “illusion of separateness.”  It’s this place where we judge one another and thus feel the impossibility of anything ever getting bridged.  The gulf is too wide and the gap too distant, the walls grow higher, and […]

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Ajamou Butler has a one-of-a-kind form of poetic ministry that electrifies and inspires the souls in any room he’s performing in. During our time together, we will talk about the many ways Heal the Hood MKE has grown to make a global impact in underserved communities around the globe. Born and raised on Milwaukee’s Northside, […]

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The holidays, the gatherings, the food, presents, the joy!  As I write this, we are ‘outside’ of the holiday season; Halloween is a couple of weeks away.  As we look forward to all of the celebrations, we’re also witnessing the ongoing aggression in Ukraine, the attacks on Israel, the political conflicts of our own Congress.  What will happen in […]

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