In his book An Immense World, Ed Yong notes, “We humans are so deeply embedded in our own particular way of seeing the world that we find it hard not to impose our perspective on other creatures — if indeed we bother thinking about them at all.” As Unitarian Universalists we work hard to understand and learn from the perspectives of other people. What might we learn by considering the perspectives of animals and how they perceive the world? Join Rev. Sue Browning and Kim Agee for this Earth Day service (a few days early!) where we’ll consider the power of looking at the diversity of life on earth in a fresh way.
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- Rev. Sue Browning, minister
- Kim Agee, service leader
- Michael Casy, musician
- Philip Dutton, Guest Musician