Weekly Sunday Programs
Unitarian Fellowship of Silver City invites a wide variety of speakers
from both our congregation and from the community to give our Sunday
welcome many points of view and enjoy diversity of opinion, knowledge
and information. Join us on any Sunday for a thought-provoking topic
and some fellowship with a conscious and humanitarian group of people.
We serve coffee and snacks after each service. Services begin at 10
a.m. at The Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship of
Silver City at 3845 N Swan St.
Presenter and Title
Speaker: Anita Williams
“Kinship with All Life”
She will be presenting information about
interspecies communication via the book "Kinship with All Life" by J.
Allen Boone. It could also be called open heart/open mind, a concept that
hopefully will invite group participation in discussion.
Speaker: Rev Azima Lila Forest
"Thoughts on Hiroshima and Fukushima"
More info to come.
Speaker: Rev Carla Friedrichs
(Carla is a minister at New Church of the
Southwest Desert in Silver City.) This presentation will include stunning images of
Louis Comfort Tiffany's larger-than-life stained glass windows of the seven
angels from the Book of Revelation, their intriguing history, the art of the
glass, and the spiritual meaning and Swedenborgian inspiration for Tiffany's
craftsmanship of these particular windows.
“In Company With Angels”
Speaker: Mary Hotvedt
“The Southwest Festival of the Written Word”
The Festival goes from Friday to Sunday, September 29-October 1. This year's theme is
"Word Travels Fast." Ideas that Mary will address in her presentation
include Why a literary festival in Silver City? What type of authors and
activities are selected for the festivals and why? the role of inclusiveness in the festival
organization, both in terms of the presentations and how the festival is put
together and what makes the SWFWW unique among literary festivals? Mary was one
of the original organizers of the 2013 festival and co-chair for both the 2015
and 2017 festivals. SWFWW holds a major festival during odd numbered years and
sponsors numerous 'prologue' events during even numbered years.
“Labor Day Potluck Picnic at the Fellowship”
(more details to come)