God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut

When we think about Unitarian Universalist writers we typically think of Emerson, Thoreau, or some other person from the 1700s or 1800s. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. was a Unitarian and an author, and his books are filled with UU themes. His style of prose lends itself to being easily understood by nearly everyone which in turn enables a potentially larger audience to be introduced to those themes if only they take the time to see them.

Mike Honegger is a member of Prairie Circle Unitarian Universalist Congregation. He currently serves on the Worship Committe and has served as the Board President and Treasurer among other congregational roles. He is a devout Agnostic and is probably a Humanist. He does not hold any kind of English degree and makes no claims to be a Vonnegut scholar, just an avid fan. He lives in Third Lake with his wife Mary and their cats Max and Sam.

  • Speaker: Mike Honegger
  • Worship Leader: Carol Alfus
  • Chalice Lighter: Brenda Clark-Cox

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