Sun., Aug. 26 Events & Platform: Ethical Society vs. NPR by Kate Lovelady, Leader

Kate LoveladyPlatform: Ethical Society vs. NPR by Kate Lovelady, Leader

Each August for the last four years Kate has given a platform address comparing and contrasting Ethical Humanism with a different religious or philosophical tradition: Judaism, Buddhism, Unitarian Universalism, and secular humanism. In this age when many people choose to stay home on Sundays, or to belong to virtual communities rather than physical ones, we will take a slightly different angle and look at the similarities and differences between the Ethical Society and National Public Radio, which many members listen to religiously, so to speak.
11 a.m. Auditorium.

Platform Music: Keith Roper, guitar

Colloquy: A guided meditation and discussion on a topic that changes weekly.
9:45 a.m. Boardroom.

Forum: Presentations and discussions on topics of the day
9:45 a.m. Hanke Room.

Child Care:
During the summer months there are 3 people on hand (2 high school teens and an adult) to watch children. The Nursery/Pre-school will be staffed as well as supervision for older kids downstairs.
10 a.m. until noon

Ethical Mindfulness Meditation:
8 – 9:30 a.m. The Foyer.

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2 Responses to Sun., Aug. 26 Events & Platform: Ethical Society vs. NPR by Kate Lovelady, Leader

  1. The Nerd says:

    This is sure to be interesting!

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