Rev. Michael Dowd will be “zooming” in from Eureka, California to offer some thoughts on humanity’s place and purpose in “the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part” (our UU 7th Principle).
Rev. Michael Dowd is bestselling eco-theologian, TEDx speaker, and pro-future advocate whose work has been featured in The New York Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, Discover, and on television nationally in the U.S. and Canada. Michael and his science writer, evolutionary educator, and fellow climate activist wife, Connie Barlow, have addressed nearly 3,000 groups throughout North America over the past two decades, including nearly 500 Unitarian Universalist churches. Their work has been featured on the cover of the UU WORLD twice, in 1997 and again in 2006. Michael and Connie were honored as “UU Religious Humanists of the Year” in 2016.
As this will be the second Sunday of the month, we will donate our unmarked offerings to CASA of McHenry County whose mission is to support and promote court appointed volunteer advocacy in McHenry County which provides abused and neglected children a voice.
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