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7 April, Rev. Rex Hunt. “It’s Earth Day. Pay Attention”
Actually Earth Day will be 21 April but it is also Easter Day and we will not be meeting. What the kangaroo and the koala are to Earth, we are to the universe. The secrets of the universe are not different from us.
14th April No Meeting
21st April, No Meeting
28th April, Rev. Geoff Usher, “Some Truths We Hold.”
It is a misconception that the religion of Unitarians can be defined only by what we do not believe. People from dogmatic religous backgrounds find it incomrehensible that there can be such a thing as an undogmatic faith. They mistake a lack of dogmatism for a lack of positive faith. In the free, liberal rational formulation of faith, we Unitarians hold truths which give us a solid foundation in the present, and a constructive direction toward the future.
5th May, Morandir Armson, “Paganism and Unitarianism: Where Do We Go From Here?”
Neo-Paganism is a world faith which has little in the way of organisation. This has led to a situation in which Pagan clergy have been unable to take part in the social structures which other world faiths are able to participate in. This talk will examine the role which Unitarianism and Unitarian Universalism could possibly take in the Pagan movement.”