Open to the public, this is an informational series meant to address a particular community concern and includes expert presenters from outside the congregation. For this program year, a two-part series will address mental wellness resources generally then more specifically the relationship between social media and mental health. Part One will host a local representative from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization and leading voice on mental illness. Part Two will be a screening and discussion of the documentary film The Social Dilemma.
Throughout the year
The goal of a special outreach worship celebration is to extend a joyous introduction to the Universalist Church of West Hartford to our neighbors, near and far, unfamiliar with our church, UU beliefs and practices, our ministries, and our educational programs. These Sunday morning events are definitively worship services; however, they are conceived with celebration in mind. For example, some ideas under consideration are a Beatles Liturgy, a Shakespeare Liturgy, and a Feast of Fools. Interested in planning or assisting with these services? Contact Dr. McKee.
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