At 9:15, May 26th. Kent Shifferd of Northland College, Ashland, continues with Part II of the Forum topic begun last week at the Blue Hill Unitarian-Universalist fellowship in Rice Lake, concerning “Justice on Earth”. As poor, “front line communities” are forced to live with the degrading impacts of industrial civilization, the middle and upper classes reap the benefits – but not the costs. What can UUs do to even the imbalance? Come join in the discussion.
During the Service beginning at 10:30, Professor Emeritus Robert Hasman of the UWBC draws us to consider “Metaphorce”, as he describes it: the power of metaphor to frame thought and discourse. What power does metaphor play in our thinking and public speech? And as a Force to be reckoned with.
Nourishment for body and soul always follows the service with fellowship and light refreshments; all are invited. The Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship is located at 230 W Messenger in Rice Lake, and is a Welcoming congregation.