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“Trucks, Freedom, and Religion”

First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

Today’s Topic:

Free will is a concept that religions have been grappling with since Eve bit into an apple and led us out of blissful animal ignorance.

How we use our freedom to live into rather than away from our knowledge of suffering in the world, and also our knowledge of joy, is a religious question. And it is as hard of a question today as it has ever been.

Lynne Jacoby gives a perspective on how commitment to a liberal religious community can help. A story about a truck happens to be featured.

december’s Theme: Mystery

 

The 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 each service.

Worship Team:

Lynne Jacoby, Membership Development Coordinator

Alissa Rhode, Lead Music Director

Mark Richards, Worship Associate

Cami Thomas, Religious Education Coordinator

 

December 30, 2018

10:00 am

Venue

First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee
1342 N Astor Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States
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