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We are located at 2810 Atlanta Highway in Montgomery, Alabama 36109. You can reach us at (334)279-9517 or firstname.lastname@example.org. __________________________________________________________________________________
The theme for October is the Fifth Principle of the UUA Covenant: The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large
October 5, First Wednesday Forum: Death Penalty
Sara Romano, LGSW and John Palombi, JD, from Federal Defenders Office and also active with Alabama Post Conviction Relief Project, will talk about issues with capital punishment in Alabama.
October 9: May the Force Be with You
+ Continuing Conversation with Maureene Bass
+ Share-to-Plate: Family Sunshine Center (if available); if they can’t make it, SAC hosts discussion of Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War film about founders of the UUSC
October 16: Talk is Cheap; Free Speech Isn’t
Open communication and expression without barriers, as a civic and moral principle.
+ Harvest the Power: Concluding session IV of the UU lay leadership program.
+ Poetry discussion: Charles Suhor leads this exploration of “The Mind of Absolute Trust” by Seng-Ts’an.
+ Black Lives Matter: Social Action Committee hosts discussion of the movement and our relationship to it.
October 23: Children of Promise: Closing Opportunity Gaps
This is our congregation’s third annual recognition of the International Children’s Sabbath.
+ TED Talk: Video and discussion led by Roger Burdette.
+ Prayer in Public: Sharon Sexton will lead a discussion on this complex topic.
+ Friends and Family Chapel: An intentionally intergenerational, kid-friendly, less formal UU worship experience — everyone is invited!
October 30: The Democratic Process
What does democracy have to do with liberal religion?
Fifth Sunday Potluck: Bring something to share if you can. Everyone is welcome.