October through mid-May we meet on Thursdays at 7:00 pm for coffee and socializing. Programs begin at 7:30pm.
Oct. 26, 2017 - Dr. Paul Kramer presents, "The Art of changing your Mind: Rethinking Creativity". Paul Kramer, in addition to being a U.S. Historian and professor at Vanderbilt University is also the second son of Judy and Oscar Kramer(our current President). Pau " You Tube talk at Nashville's Sunday Unitarian Universalist Assembly explores creativity, suggesting that it;s less about individual ability, inherent talent, ans social isolation - the genius in the attic - than about the curiosity, courage and grit that one cultivates best, in oneself and others, in a wider community.
Nov. 02, 2017 - Dr. Robert Tucker presents, "Giving Thanks for our Diversity". This pre-Thanksgiving sermon celebrates the diversity within UUism.
Nov. 09, 2017 - Dr. Karl Roseman presents, "Life in a Totalitarian System". Karl Roseman was born after the end of WWII in democratic Czechoslovakia, but 3 years later Czechoslovikia became a totalitarian communist state. His father, a doctor, escaped to the USA. Years later, Karl, now also a doctor,or, managed to escape to free and democratic West Germany. He is now a naturalized US citizen. Because he lived for 30 years in a totalitarian communist country, he knows from personal experience how this system worked and why in the end it collapsed.
I-75 south. then off at Sun City Center exit 240A (old 46B). East on FL-674 for 0.8 miles and past 5th traffic light which is at Pebble Beach Blvd.
Get into left-turn stacking lane just before McDonalds. (If you get to US-301, at traffic light, you’ve gone too far.)
Left (North) onto East Del Webb Blvd. (at the Kings Crossing shopping Center. McDonalds, Publix, etc) Travel 0.4 miles to The Synagogue on the right (East)
We meet in the Henry Gibson Social Hall (front, street-side of building)
(Handicap and regular spaces are available.)
“You don’t go to church to find the people you love, you go to church to love the people you find.”