“When Hearts Break,” The Reverend Dr. Andrew C. Kennedy

Our Pulpit Guest, the Reverend Drew Kennedy, will address a perennially important and poignant issue of what to do when our hearts break – our own and the hearts of others. The Reverend Drew Kennedy has served in the Unitarian Universalist ministry for more than 40 years.  Drew is now retired and serves as the … Continued

Janan Najeeb

A microbiologist by profession and mother of five, Janan Najeeb left her career to advocate for the understanding of Muslim culture in Milwaukee, and uses education to change public misperceptions. As founder of the Milwaukee Muslim Women’s Coalition and spokeswoman for Muslim issues in the city, she has been dedicated to social justice and positive … Continued

Rev. Sarah Oelberg

Special music by Leigh Hoftiezer, David Schleif, Dana Lusk, and Betsy Muellenbach. Sarah Oelberg has been a special education teacher, has written special ed. curriculum for our U.S. Office of Education, was a faculty member at Yeshiva University in New York and at NYU, and trained special ed. teachers in Iowa.  With all that experience, … Continued

“On My Honor, I Will Do My Best…” Rev. Roger Brewin

Rev. Brewin examines the recent re-affiliation of the UUA with the Boy Scouts, from a Humanist perspective. Roger Brewin became a UU minister in 1977 and is currently retired from active ministry, after serving nine UU congregations. He is Minister Emeritus of First Unitarian Church of Hobart, IN. Roger is a long-time board member of … Continued

“Cherish Your Doubts,” David Kraemer

 Church is a place of steady rhythm and the annual observance of cycles and seasons. For us especially, as Unitarian Universalists, it also is a place of challenge and questioning. Why do we do the things we do? How deep do we go? How do we keep it real? This service will celebrate a traditional … Continued