“Doubt isn’t the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith,” according to Christian theologian Paul Tillich. Can we Unitarian Universalists “cherish [our] doubts” (as UU minister Robert T. Weston put it) without making an idol of them? Rev. Connie Grant speaking.
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Welfare benefits are structured to address the myriad struggles associated with poverty, and to serve as a foundation for upward economic mobility. Is society best served by the current structure of benefits or would alternatives be preferable? Discussion leaders: Scott Campbell and Gordon Mallett.
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The UCE Congregational Relations Team is pleased to offer our previously well-received workshop “We Can Work It Out: Constructive Conflict as Part of Healthy Engagement” The workshop is intended to help us keep the commitments made in our Covenant of Engagement – which can be difficult to keep once feelings are hurt, tempers flare or anxiety (including anxiety about conflict!) is stirred. The workshop will be both didactic and experiential, including a brief PowerPoint presentation, small group discussions and role plays. Registration by contacting the church office is requested and preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Childcare provided if requested by Sunday, Jan. 25. For more information, contact any member of the CRT.
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