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A HUMANIST APPROACH TO DEATH
Concord Area Humanists “A Humanist Approach to Death” will be presented by Doug Muder on May 2. Social 7:00. Program 7:30 p.m.
Entrance is on the right, looking at First Parish building from the street (gold dome on top).
Social 7:00. Program 7:30 PM
Doug is a widely published Humanist author and blogger.
His articles have appeared in UU World, Religious Humanism, The Humanist, and Public Eye. He is a columnist for uuworld.org, distributes a political blog The Weekly Sift, a word survey of the liberal blogosphere that he calls "the political blog for people who don't have time for political blogs." He also writes under the pseudonym Pericles for Daily Kos, and authors the religious blog Free and Responsible Search. A Google search will lead to many other interesting writings.
Doug is currently in his third career, having already been a mathematician (Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1984) and an author of books about computer software including the VRML for Dummies with fellow UU David Kay, 1996). He is a man of many talents.
Come and enjoy Doug’s thoughtful and lively presentation, followed by discussion. RSVP will help our planning. Email email@example.com, with “CAH MAY 2” in subject line.
|Where||First Parish in Concord 20 Lexington Rd, Concord, MA 01742 (Near flag at intersection of Lexington Rd and Main Street)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Families, Seniors|
More About First Parish in Concord
Led by Senior Interim Minister Elaine Beth Peresluha, this Unitarian Universalist church meets every Sunday at 9am and 11am.
Unitarian Universalism believes the final authority of religion comes from yourself, not a book or a specific person. Each congregation is self-governing.
Children from two months to sixth grade are offered religious education classes. Middle and high school students can join Young Religious Unitarian Universalists, the parish youth group. The group meets every Sunday evening and participates in retreats. The group does everything from discussing everyday issues to playing worship games.