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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.
Thursday, October 22, 6:30pm Unitarian Society of Menomonie Board Meeting In our office. Come express your views and discover ways to help our community better serve its members.
Sunday, October 25, 10am Reverend Derek Kiewatt Subject of the sermon to be announced later.
Sunday, November 1, 10am Climate Change, Guest Speaker Jim Eggert The author of MEADOWLARK ECONOMICS, exploring values for a sustainable future.
Sunday, November 8, 10am Reverend Nancy Holden's sermon "Second Chances", a message about marriage, remarriage, and courage to "try try again" when we have lost a primary partner through death or divorce, or other major commitment such as a career or life dream. Rev. Holden believes that becoming a UU often means trying again after one outgrows or rejects an earlier faith. We seldom celebrate the courageous spirit shown by those who overcome loss and find new opportunities for happiness with new partners, new careers, or a new and different religious affiliation.
Sunday, November 15, 10am Socrates Cafe We will meet at the Golden Leaf Cafe on Stout Road and talk about subjects of interest in our ongoing lives.
Sunday, November 22, 10am Thomas Merton, Mystic John Williams, an ex-priest and professor at UW-Stout, will tell us about the social activist, poet, mystic and Trappist monk. See the newsletter for more information.
Sunday, December 6, at 10am Gift Wrapping for our Christmas Family Each year we buy gifts and wrap them for two families with children, who need extra help during the holiday season.
I am a Unitarian Community Minister, member of the UUA Addiction Ministry team. I have four children (one deceased) and nine grandchildren. My husband Doug is a historian and retired University teacher of history. I am a writer of poetry, novels, non-fiction, and sermons focused on social justice and spiritual vitality. Have a busy life and will not always answer, but love people.