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The Oberlin UU Fellowship is a welcoming, caring community that promotes religious freedom, encourages spiritual and personal growth, and works for a peaceful, just, and sustainable world.
Our congregation hopes to balance the individual quest for truth and meaning with our collective vision and work for social justice and environmental responsibility.
Coming Together: The moral roots of liberals and conservatives
Ryan Mincey & Meredith Sender
Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and studies how – and why – we evolved to be moral and political creatures. By understanding more about our moral psychology and its biases, Jonathan Haidt says we can design better institutions (including companies, universities and democracy itself), and we can learn to be more civil and open-minded toward those who are not on our team.
The Founding Fathers were not Christians
Some people think that the U.S. started as a Christian nation and has sadly drifted away from its religious roots, a process they are trying to reverse. Actually, some Founding Fathers were practicing Christians, some were Deists, and some were nominally Christian but were influenced by Deism. More than 200 years later, does this matter? Should it matter? How does religion shape politics?
David & Lisette Burwasser
This is the season of the first major harvest in Northern Hemisphere agriculture. Of course, there was a party. Join Lisette and David for a UU recreation of the annual Lammas festival. All are welcome.