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July 2020

July 6th – December 28th | Monday Games

July 6 @ 1:00 pm - December 28 @ 3:00 pm

Monday Afternoons: 1 - 3 PM No Games on: Mondays, October 12th and 19th Duration: Ends December 28th Participants: 2 - 8 Do you want to get that brain working again? After being isolated and having vegged out on streaming services and dealing with virtual meeting after virtual meeting, Monday Game day will be a good way to bring your brain back and get those synapses exercised in a fun and interesting way. Anna Sajovic will be your game master…

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September 2020

How Christianity Took Over

September 16 @ 1:30 pm - December 16 @ 3:30 pm

If Wednesday afternoons are a good time for some stimulating thought and connections at All Souls for you, consider joining our ongoing history of scripture Adult Religious Education series. We have looked at the origins of both Jewish and Christian literature, and this season we will begin to consider the growth of the Biblical tradition in How Christianity Took Over, starting as a cult in the Roman Empire, and eventually dominating Western Europe and the Byzantine Empire. It's an amazing…

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November 2020

UU Forum | November 29: “Peace Corps Experiences in Namibia” with Yael Abouhalkah & Rebecca Bosley

November 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Yael and Beci will share their experiences serving in the Peace Corps in Namibia (southwest Africa) for two years in the 20 teens.

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Sunday Service | November 29: “Learning the Love” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

November 29 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

A church management commentator recently challenged readers with the question, “What does your congregation DO?” Not what does it believe, or what does it advocate, or what does it stand for, but what does it DO? I wonder how each of us might answer this question. This morning I will share my attempt to respond with the sentence, We learn the love that has the power to overcome both loneliness and injustice. The children’s choir will help us to welcome…

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December 2020

UU Forum | December 6: “Outlook for Manipulation of Future Voting” with Patrick Miller, PhD

December 6 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Dr. Patrick Miller is Asoc . Professor in Political Science at KU and specializes in American politics and research methodology. In view of the recent election, he will discuss the outlook for gerrymandering in Kansas & Missouri, and if the conduct of the 2020 census might lead to voter suppression.

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December 6th: Sunday Plus Lunch Pickup

December 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The traditional Board of Trustees sponsored First Yulebock of the season will have a different format this year, since COVID cases are increasing locally.  On Sunday, December 6, our Sunday Plus meal will be FREE for everyone who orders, with compliments of the Board. Order by December 2nd. For more information and to reserve your meal here by December 2nd.      

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Submit Your Candle Videos Deadline is December 11th

December 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

We need you for Christmas Eve! It is clear that it won't be safe for us to be in the same room for Christmas Eve this year, and that is too bad. So let's do what we can to create a time of beauty, connection and reverence to share virtually. Our musicians and tech folks are already hard at work preparing their offerings, and now we need YOUR help. Our efforts will mean so much more if you take a…

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UU Forum | December 20: “Reforming Police, Government, Health, & Education Systems” with Sheila Albers

December 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

In 2018, Sheila’s 17-year-old son, John, was shot 13 times by a police officer who had been called for John’s welfare. From that tragedy, Sheila has led a movement to build human-centered government systems that are transparent and purposefully designed to help people and communities thrive.

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UU Forum | December 27: “Soapbox Sunday” with Moderator Craig Volland

December 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

An annual tradition, this is your chance to be heard for five minutes on the subject of your choice. If you’d like to participate, contact moderator, Craig Volland at hartwood2.kc.rr.com. Participants will be accepted until the available 50 minutes are filled.

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