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A New Era

At the Unitarian Society of Menomonie


We are so glad you are interested in our interspiritual path! We welcome you to browse our website, visit our Facebook page, attend our events, and get to know our spiritual community.


Sunday, November 2 - 10 am - Film and discussion The Wisdom to Survive Leaders and activists in science, economics and spirituality discuss how we can take action in the face of climate disruption, by opening ourselves to the beauty that surrounds us. Discussion includes "The UUA Joins the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement" from the 6.30.14 issue of UU World magazine. See for more information.

Sunday, November 9, 10 am Reverend Nancy Holden presents, When in Rome. Religious Exploration for ages 5-12 and babysitting for ages 0-4 offered during the service.
Is the United States the "Rome of the modern world?" According to Gibbon, the decline of Roman culture was marked by five indications--all five are evident now in America. Does religion play a part in keeping a culture healthy through times of increasing diversity and conflict?

Sunday, November 16, 10 am - Socrates Cafe A free-wheeling discussion of topics of current interest. Discussion topic decided on by those in attendance.

Reverend Doctor Nancy Holden received her Master of Divinity Degree in 1985, and her Doctorate of Ministry Degree in 1993.

She has served as minister in several midwestern congregations during the last 30 years.

She is a gifted writer, deep thinker and captivating speaker.

Addiction ministry is her second calling, and has led to her leadership in community programs dedicated to support for families affected by the chemical dependency of a loved one.


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