Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse
Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse, Wis. We are a liberal religious congregation welcoming to everyone searching for truth and meaning. Most services start at 10:00 a.m. on Sundays, followed by coffee, refreshments and fellowship. Our address is 401 West Avenue South, La Crosse, WI, 54601. To contact us, call 608-796-9993 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Upcoming Sunday Services
April 28, 2013
God, Creativity, Chaos and Order
There is a random and mysterious dynamic involved within creativity. It surfaces within the tension and release of disorder in nature, in the personalities of the eminently creative, and in the search for meaning for the rest of us. How might God be involved in this?
Jerilyn Dinsmoor is a spiritual director, artist, and theologian who researched the intersection of creativity and spirituality while attending United Theological Seminary in the Twin Cities.
May 5, 2013
The Rev. Dr. Virginia Wolf
Is there any such thing as “The Word”? What is the relationship between words and reality? Are we telling each other anything but stories? What are we to think of the Beatles’ claim that “the word is love?”
The Rev. Dr. Virginia L. Wolf is Professor Emerita at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and Minister Emerita at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Eau Claire.
May 12, 2013
“Another Famous Unitarian Woman We’ve Never Heard Of”
Harriet Martineau (1802-1876) has been called the founder of sociology. In the Victorian era, she supported herself by her writings on economics, politics, religion, and social issues. She met all the leading figures of her day in both England and the U. S. and wrote over 30 books. This is the latest in an intermittent series by Robin Proud on “Famous Unitarian Women We’ve Never Heard Of.”
Robin Proud has been a Unitarian Universalist for more than 30 years in Minneapolis and Madison. She is currently a member of Prairie UU Society, where she is a regular presenter and religious education teacher.
This service will include our annual New Member Welcome Ceremony, and will be followed be the Fellowship’s Annual Meeting and a Silent Auction.
May 19, 2013
“To There and Back Again”
Quincey L. Daniels, PhD
“To There and Back Again” documents the 46-year journey of Dr. Quincey L. Daniels as he experienced the challenges of Civil Rights in the turbulent 1960s, experiencing institutional racism, and how he overcame challenges using Buddhist philosophies. As a former military officer, educator, and social justice advocate, Dr. Daniels provides a peek into the history and challenges of fitting into this thing we call “society.”
Dr. Daniels is the son of an Olympic boxer, a 28-year combat veteran and US Army officer, and a former special education teacher and school principal. He now teaches at several colleges and universities in Wisconsin and Minnesota and is a regular presenter at the annual White Privilege Conference.
May 26, 2013
Memorial Day (No Service)
Street parking near the fellowship is available one block south (on Madison) and across West Avenue (on Cameron, one way east-bound).