Recent Services March 22, 2023 • admin On September 24th David Turner led a discussion of the future of the fellowship. On September 17th Tucki Bailey shared her gifts of musical virtuosity: The Spirituality of Music. On September 10th, Mark Willis of Hall Hunger Initiative spoke of food insecurity, hunger and food justice. On September 3rd, Mary Sims led a Socrates Cafe-style discussion on various topics. On August 27th, Nancy Lineburgh gave a presentation on plant-based eating: “What’s At The End of Your Fork?” A shorter program with expanded time outdoors to share a Buddha bowl meal and support personal and planetary well-being by enjoying food and community. On August 20th, Holly Keil and Leigh Waltz led a discussion of “Disrupting Church: Creating What’s Next” per Rev. Peggy Clarke’s and religious educator Jil Novenski’s General Assembly workshop. Intro video here. On August 13th, Beth Bridgeman of Antioch spoke to us about seed sovereignty, seed history and seed saving. On August 6th, Celeste Hurley told us about family violence and the services provided by the Family Violence Prevention Center of Green County. On July 30th, Mary Sims led a discussion of gratitude. On July 23rd, our delegates to general assembly Leigh Waltz and Holly Keil (shown) described their experiences. On July 16th, Joy Fishbain hosted the 13th annual UU writers read. Joy and several other members shared their writing. On July 9th, during “Springs to Freedom,” several speakers and these two actors told us about the Conway-Gwinn Colony in Yellow Springs, 1862. See resources tab for more images. On July 2nd, Bruce Linebaugh told us about Antioch Farm. On June 25th, Eddie Hooper spoke to the fellowship about PFLAG. On June 18th, Al Schlueter told us about the spiritual side of gardening. On June 11th, Nancy conducted the annual meeting of the congregation. On June 4th, biologist Valerie Kosheleff spoke about evolution and spirituality. On May 28th Holly and Peter lead a Memorial Day service with a flower communion. On May 21st, members enjoyed an open discussion. On May 14th, Mary Sims guided a discussion of love. On May 7th, members discussed what will happen at general assembly. On April 30th, Nick Boutis spoke of Glen Helen’s future. On April 23rd, Anjali Brannon shared wonders of Ayurvedic health & wisdom. On April 16th, Reverend Kelly gave a sermon: Finding Joy in Troubled Times. On April 9th, Judy Williams led a discussion of members’ journeys to UUism. On April 2nd, Corrie Van Ausdal described the annual UU Tar Hollow camporee. Register here. On March 26th, David Turner’s well-attended CRT part II presentation elicited a very lively discussion! On March 19th, Tina Porter spoke to us about the spring equinox, earth-centered practice and pagan worship. On March 12th, David Turner spoke about critical race theory – part one On March 5th, Niki Dakota spoke of women’s spirituality through music. On February 26th, Tronee Threat spoke of his journey toward wholeness. On February 19th, Scott Sanders told us about Unitarian influence on Yellow Springs history. On February 12th, Alex Klug gave a presentation on the Feminist Health Fund. On February 5th, Mary Sims spoke about love. On January 29th, Piper Fernway presented on veganism. On January 22nd, Services were cancelled due to snow. On January 15th, Kelly Routt spoke to us about Martin Luther King, Jr.