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Speaker Series

My Time in the Army; One Woman’s Story

Presented by Sue Stohr The defense of our Nation is a shared responsibility. Women, such as Sue Stohr, have served our Country in the military from Lexington and Concord to Vietnam and beyond. Please plan to attend; to learn and to salute Sue for her service.

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My Time in the Army; One Woman’s Story

Presented by Sue Stohr The defense of our Nation is a shared responsibility. Women, such as Sue Stohr, have served our Country in the military from Lexington and Concord to Vietnam and beyond. Please plan to attend; to learn and to salute Sue for her service.

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Speaker Series: The Baha’i Faith

Join Nora McMorrow as she shares her Baha’I faith with us. Why would God reveal so many different religions? How do we make sense of the events taking place in the world today? What role can each of us play in the advancement of world peace? Come join us as we discuss theses topics and…

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Speaker Series: What We Learned from Your Children/Grandchildren

Next to parenthood, what is the most important vocation in the history of humankind? Yes, it’s those teachers, who have nourished, educated, and mentored our children. Our session will be facilitated by two of the best: PUCCers Marsha Peek and Sally Dischinger. Marsha is retired from teaching in the Webster Groves School District. She also…

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Speaker Series Grapples with Provocative Issues

Presented by Sister Marianne Race and Sister Carolyn Osiek. Sr. Race (a sibling of Rich Race) will challenge and educate us on commercial sex trafficking and the efforts to help survivors. St. Louis ranks 16th in the top cities for this horrific activity. Sr. Osiek, the Society of the Sacred Heart’s Provincial Archivist, will present…

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Writing “EPIC” letters to Congress

Learn to write a powerful letter to Congress with RESULTS, an advocacy organization dedicated to empowering people to connect with government to end poverty. Join RESULTS advocate and PUCC member Cindy Levin to learn the easy “EPIC” letter-writing format, which can be the foundation to all kinds of advocacy actions to get the attention of…

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A Special Workshop Opportunity with Christopher Grundy

Calling all lay readers-new, current, and interested folks, please join us for an interactive, informative discussion (including lunch) about the significance of the role of lay readers in the worship experience. Christopher Grundy, liturgical/worship scholar, professor at Eden Seminary, and former member of PUCC, will offer tips and provide spiritual grounding and meaningful background for…

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Adult Education: Evicted!

Everyone is invited to a discussion of the stories and themes of the book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. This New York Time bestseller was written by Pulitzer-Prize winning author, Matthew Desmond, who spoke to our UCC General Synod in July. Clearly, housing security is a critical and complicated issue in our…

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