Lorraine Hansberry author of the drama, A Raisin in the Sun, had a background in Chicago as an African American. Her drama parallels a true episode from her life.
[This is the Sunday service, presented at the Second Ward Community Initiative this morning.]
Prelude Music: “This Land is Your Land”, by Woody Guthrie (Asch Recording)
Welcome: …to DUUF, to the SWCI, to these beloved communities. …to refreshments and conversation after the service. All are welcome here.
Call … read more.
Attempting to forget the past, “the world is wrong. You can’t put the past behind you. It’s buried in you; it has turned your flesh into its own cupboards. Not everything you remember is useful, but it all comes from the world to be stored … read more.
Friday, May 25, 2018 was an ordinary day except it begins my story on that day…
A poem about Sabbath
Tinos Island in the Aegean Sea has a soul. It is a canvas of the beauty of nature. The golden sand beaches, country chapels, white-washed homes and buildings, ravines, tiered mountainsides, and unforgettable violet-colored sunsets dramatize beautiful scenery.
Doubt comes in many forms. While spiritual doubt, the subject of my last post, is what usually comes to mind when speaking with religious people, other forms of doubt may have greater importance to some people at specific times in their life. In this post … read more.
Thank you all for the birthday wishes! I had a very good time this past weekend, with the fellowship and with my family.
While we’re still challenged in some aspects of organization, there’s a lot going on with DUUF that we should all be thankful for.
For … read more.
“It’s not necessary to have faith in things that are consistent with reason…” Reflections on the topic, inspired by our Heart to Heart conversations.