The Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalists are delighted to announce the return of former neighbor, friend Arthur Thexton to share Sunday’s message with the Fellowship. Arthur will probe our religious connection to nature, especially in this time of global climate change. Emphasizing our UU sources of faith, he explores what they offer concerning our relationship to nature, as “both our Seventh Principle and the Sixth Source speak directly to this question.”
“What in particular is our religious connection to nature in this age of global climate change? What do our UU principles and the sources of our faith have to offer concerning our relationship nature? Both our 7th Principle and our 6th Source speak quite directly to this question.”
Having received his M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Chicago Divinity School in 1974, Mr Thexton went on to earn a J.D. from the UW Law School in 1977; for a number of years served as Family Support counselor at Barron County in the 1980’s.
Mr. Thexton comes to us from Milwaukee, via ZOOM this Sunday October 24th. at 10 a.m. BHUU has resumed gathering at the fellowship hall, but continues all services on Zoom for the benefit of the whole fellowship. The internet link will be sent to members, although all are invited to take part; visitors may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the link needed. See bluehillsuu.org for more information.