The Exodus Speaks across the Millennia

The Exodus Speaks across the Millennia with Pastor Jim Honig About the Message: Using the recent commentary on Exodus by humanist philosopher and social commentator, Leon Kass as our springboard, we’ll take a fresh look at the iconic story of the Exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt and its lessons for 21st century America. […]

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Happy 213th Birthday, Charles Darwin

Happy 213th Birthday, Charles Darwin with Dale Goodner About the Message: As the paleontologist and noted author, Dr. Neil Shubin points out… “If you think feathers arose to help animals fly, or lungs and legs to help ani-mals walk on land, you’d be in good company. You’d also be entirely wrong.” On this anniversary of […]

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How We Survive the Bad Stuff

How We Survive the Bad Stuff with Rev. Joan Shiels About the Message: Some people survive conditions of horrendous physical extremes — lost at sea for six months, fallen into a deep crevasse on Mt. Everest, seriously injured deep in the Amazon jungle — while others do not. We live in a culture that’s always […]

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Goals Versus Intentions

Goals Versus Intentions with Rev. Jim Coakley About the Message: Tis the annual season of hopeful resolve followed quickly by disappointment. Phillip Moffitt, a renowned vipassana (insight) meditation teacher helps us better comprehend the difference between goals and intentions. Ironically, maybe we should be setting New Year’s goals to become more intentional? About the Speaker: […]

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Embracing Bad Art & Stupid Ideas

Embracing Bad Art & Stupid Ideas with Alan Kopischke Alan is a university professor, arts consultant, and professional actor. He has acted with the Peninsula Players, Third Avenue Playhouse, Steppenwolf, Milwaukee Rep and regional theatres across the country and has appeared in feature films and on primetime network television. A UU since 2002, Alan and […]

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BRINGING LIGHT TO FOOD INSECURITY IN DOOR COUNTY with Andrew Phillips Andrew is a longtime journalist and Door County native whose work has appeared in multiple Door County publications, as well as the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Milwaukee Business Journal and The (Cedar Rapids, IA) Gazette. He is an alumnus of Gibraltar High School and […]

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The Serendipitous Rosary — A New Year’s Message with Sara McKillop Our quest to make memories for one another and ourselves can provide a creative, spiritual crescendo, when we dig a little deeper. Art doodles, storybooks, the feel of an inky marker or waxy crayon flowing along a page, are all tools today’s speaker, Sara […]

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Beyond Ho! Ho! Ho!

The Rev. Barbara Sajna – Beyond Ho! Ho! Ho! We are grateful to be able to end the calendar year of programming with Rev. Barb Sajna. About the Speaker: 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 […]

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Winter Solstice Service

Rev. Mark Richards — CANDLELIGHT SERVICE This year we are excited to be able to bring back our traditional winter solstice service with Rev. Mark Richards! For those watching at home, be sure to have your favorite candle by your side.

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Why do UUs celebrate Christmas?

Why do UUs celebrate Christmas? In the early 2000s, Helene Di Iulio, in collaboration with then UUFDC president, Bob Salmi, presented a message detailing ways the Unitarians and Universalists have contributed to traditional Christmas hymns, secular songs and stories. In this service we will hear an encore reading of this message with a few updates […]

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