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
Presented by Robin Capoor
Olympia Brown (1835 –1926) was an American minister, suffragist, and advocate for women’s rights.She was the first woman to be ordained as clergy with the consent of her denomination (Universalists). This is the sixth presentation in Robin Capoor’s noteworthy Unitarians and Universalist series.
March on Harrisburg
Presented by Cameron Brown, George Stern, & Marin Exler,
UUCLV Social Action Committee and Lehigh Valley chapter of MarchOnHarrisburg will sponsor a MOH speaker to help you to understand Ranked Choice Voting.Speakers Cameron Brown, George Stern, and Marin Exler will present how RCV avoids expensive runoffs and streamline the voting system, making it more efficient, representative, and democratic. Benefits: Ensures majority support, Decreases toxic campaigning, Increases voter engagement, Minimizes ‘lesser of two evils’ voting, Increases representation of women, Increases representation of people of color. Join us for this presentation.
Q & A on Trees
Presented by Brian Duvall
Brian Duvall returns to address some of the unanswered questions raised about trees on his last visit. Bring your queries about trees while we have an expert on hand.