Don’t miss the fun! So far, these folks will be on our stage: The Lost Serenaders, Gabby and the Gabbettes, Annie Benjamin, Glorian Mulligan-Stratton,”Williams & Dailey,” Cameron Hopson Emmeline Miles, Judith Ann Anderson and Delia deVer! … and expect a few more surprises! All tickets are $10. Saturday, August 28th, 2010. 8:00pm At the Unitarian [...]
The American Lecture – Ralph Waldo Emerson abandoned his Unitarian pulpit but his life became an unending lecture on the nature of religion and life in the New World. His words have withstood the test of time and he is now hands-down the most quoted Unitarian figure in history if not the most quoted American [...]
Scholar, Physician, Martyr – A young man with an inquiring mind, and a lion’s heart fought his entire, but too short life, for freedom of conscience, freedom of thought, and freedom of speech. Rev. Mark Walz preached from the life of Michael Servitus. (RT 22:19) “When we go back in time and look for those [...]
“The Bible is not a book, it is a library of books, and it should have, could have, been more fluid in the last two thousand years. So I would highly recommend to all of you that you take the works of Sophia Lyon Fahs, Beatrix Potter, Zane Grey, and Batman. Sneak them in somewhere and make it a part of your Bible.” – Rev. Mark Walz
The Corporation Our co-sponsors for this film include the Dallas Peace Center Winner of 25 INTERNATIONAL AWARDS including 10 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS Explore the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda illuminates the corporation’s grip on our lives. Taking its legal [...]
Have you ever thought about the ingredients in your shampoo, conditioner, lipstick, mascara, sunscreen? I never did before I watched The Story of Cosmetics,which is the next in a series of shorts by Annie Leonard, director of The Story of Stuff Project. Annie lays it on the line, and the information she delivers in this [...]
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