Unitarian-Universalist programs slated

Friday, June 6, 2008

EUREKA SPRINGS -- Programs this month at Eureka Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 17 Elk St., include:

* Sunday, June 8 -- "Human Impact on Plant Diversity in a Changing Climate," presented by Steven Foster, of Eureka Springs, an author, photographer and consultant specializing in medicinal and aromatic plants, and author of 15 books. The 10 a.m. discussion topic will be "Do we want to provide meaningful participatory services for children?"

* Sunday, June 15 -- "Nonviolent Communication/Compassionate Communication," presented by Bill Roselius, member of the fellowship and a management and marketing consultant. The 10 a.m. discussion topic will be "How can we make Eureka Springs green friendly?"

* Sunday, June 22 -- "Hope for Justice," presented by Stephen Copely, member of the board of directors of Arkansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty and senior pastor at United Methodist Church of North Little Rock, discussing the current moratorium campaign. The 10 a.m.. discussion topic will be "Should taxpayers be subsidizing nuclear power?"

* Sunday, June 29 -- "Religion and Homosexuality: A Unitarian Universalist Welcoming Congregation Conversation." Led by Jean Elderwind and Jacqueline Wolven, the program will focus on whether one's faith is living and dynamic, or rules and formulas, and a discussion of the religious response to homosexuality and its meaning. The 10 a.m. discussion topic will be "What is the relationship between global security and ecological diversity?"

Programs start at 11 a.m. Child care is provided, and extra parking is available at Ermilio's Restaurant, 26 White Street.

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