Free Webinar this Sunday (5/3): “Finding Meaning in the Dark: A Post-Doom Big Picture” by Michael Dowd

Please invite your friends! There will be two amazing presentations by Rev. Michael Dowd this Sunday (May 3). Michael is bestselling eco-theologian and speaker whose work has been featured on TEDx, the New York Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, and more. Michael will be speaking about living meaningfully, compassionately, and courageously in the face of climate disruption, ecological loss, and societal upset.

10am (CDT) virtual presentation and Q&A: “Finding Meaning in the Dark: A Post-Doom Big Picture”

This 45-minute presentation (with Q&A following), geared for adults and teens, builds on Rev. Dowd’s bridge-building book, Thank God for Evolution (endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and diverse religious leaders), and highlights wisdom gained from his 2020 “post-doom” conversation series. Grounded in a deep green interpretation of cosmic, biological, and human history, Dowd centers on fidelity to the future and how to stay sane, sober, and inspired in chaotic and challenging times.

11am (CDT) virtual worship service: “Corona, Climate, and the Myth of Perpetual Progress”

We’ll be using Zoom for all meetings. Here’s the link: https://zoom.us/j/2199421611 password: 46342

The presentation will also be broadcast on Facebook Live (go to the First Unitarian Church of Hobart Facebook page) and on YouTube.

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