Sunday Service – April 2, Ms. Annie Lavin, “Science as Religion.”

 Calling all UUCRs to help  navigate this theory. While many have written in esoteric, scholarly terms on the subject of “Science as Religion,” it was UU Janeen Grohsmeyer, a physicist, mathematician, writer, and storyteller,  whose writings caught my attention and helped me to see science as a fundamental belief system.  Join us as we use the scientific method in examining both science and religion and draw  our own conclusions. Though some will remain firm in their thinking about the difference between science and religion, others may expand their boundaries of religion – perhaps to include science. We will explore this path together. Lend your voice to the discussion.  *** Our dedicated collection this Sunday will be for “For All Seasons,” a nonprofit behavioral and rape crisis center. ****