“Letting Go of Toxicity”
Capitalism is designed to produce things—and enough desire for those things to keep the production wheels endlessly turning out stuff and profits. And yet, we are beginning to see the material limits to supposedly endless growth, as our insatiable consumption is pushes the edges of our ecosystems’ resilience. What would it feel like to let go of our individual toxic attachments to things? What could it look like to collectively let go of the mirage of endless growth and the cycle of consumption?
Join us for this Earth Day celebration where we explore the possibilities of liberation from excessive production and consumption.
First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee is a progressive church for spiritual community, social justice, and intellectual freedom. Visit us for Sunday services, forums, religious education for children & youth, and other programs and social activities. Visitors to First Church are always welcome! Join us for coffee and conversation in the Common Room following the service.
The Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom
Tristan Strelitzer, Choral Director and the Chancel Choir
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson, Director of Religious Education
Nick Hayes, Worship Associate