Breakfast Forum at UUCLV meets most Sundays before service to keep our congregation up-to-date with educational topics and social activism in line with our Principles. The Zoom meetings begin at 8:30am with a meet & greet. The presentations begin at 9:00am and end at 10:00am to allow preparation for the worship service.
The best way to stay informed is to be added to the Breakfast Forum email list. An email is sent out every Thursday with the coming week’s topic and presenter. In the event that more advanced sessions have been scheduled, they will also be included in the weekly email. Importantly, the Zoom link for the meeting, which sometimes changes between weeks, will always be included in the weekly email.
If you would like to stay informed about Forum topics and presenters or if you would like to volunteer to give a presentation, please email Steve Wiggins.
This Month’s Breakfast Forums
No breakfast forum
Monocacy Farm Project
Presented by Eli Stogsdill, sponsored by the Social Action Committee
The Monocacy Farm Project is a gem that lies on the edge of our city and serves Bethlehem, Easton and Allentown. Eli Stogsdill, the project manager and lead farmer of the 53 acre organic farm owned and managed by the School Sisters of St. Francis, will take us on a virtual tour of the farm during our SAC sponsored Breakfast Forum on September 12th. The farm is conveniently located on Bridle Path Rd. in Bethlehem.
Eli will expand upon the Monocacy Farm Projects mission statement that states the farm “models stewardship and care of the Earth, fosters community involvement, provides educational opportunities and serves the needs of the poor.” You will not only learn about the farm but also hear about opportunities for hands on involvement.
Economics, Diversity and Inclusion
Presented by Yang Hu
Join us for Dr. Yang Hu’s presentation on some of the hidden aspects of how diversity and inclusion benefit our economy and society.
Micro-Aggressions and Critical Race Theory
Presented by Sharon Brown, Diversity Educator & Consultant
Join us for an informative presentation about micro-aggressions and CRT (critical race theory). These theories and terms are flooding our air waves with little to no understanding of their meanings. Be among the informed and gain a better perspective for yourself. This program is sponsored by the social action committee.