Dinorah Sapp will share some insights into Bruce Lee's life and philosophy as it relates to our UU principles. Having visited a museum exhibit in Seattle about Lee's life, career, and philosophy, she found inspiration and a new way to look at things. "No Martial Arts background needed or required for this talk." Dinorah Sapp is a Lecturer of ESL at the Intensive English Program at the University of Mississippi. She wishes she could be as agile and philosophical as Bruce Lee.
Reverend Gail Tapscott, who was a reporter/editor for environmental newsletters and also Director of a Greenpeace office before becoming a minister will share some stories of struggles past and suggest ways we can stay strong for the challenge despite the current hostile climate for science and the environment.
‘Tis the season of birth and growth and transformation... And nothing symbolizes this season like flowers - and eggs! This morning we will speak of the meaning of this season and we will share the tradition of the Flower Communion, originated by Rev. Norbert Capek, a Unitarian minister who lived in Prague in the last century.
All ages are invited to bring blooms and flowers to contribute to the Flower Communion and to participate in this traditional service!! We will have a few eggs as well as sweets to share at coffee hour!
Our young people will be with us for most of the service... and they may have a surprise for their families and other adults at the end of the service!
Join us for this joyous springtime service!