The UU Women’s Book Club on literature and the Seven Principles

This Sunday, July 11, three members of our Women’s Book Club will talk about finding meaning in three particular books that, at first glance, don’t seem toliteraturein-person at Grace Fellowship Hall, members of our Women’s Book Club will talk about modern crises. Join us in person at Grace Fellowship Hall at 11 a.m.

Left to right: Dixie Turman, Michelle Midgette and Connie Ussery

Virtually all our members and friends have been vaccinated. Masks are not required but some folks will wear them and continue to maintain social distancing. Guests and visitors are always welcome. If you haven’t completed the vaccination process, please do wear a mask and observe social distancing.

Our three speakers this Sunday will be:
  • Michelle Midgette, who retired from teaching high school English and English as a Second Language for adults. She also was a civilian public affairs specialist for the U.S. Army.
  • Dixie Turman, who, as an Army wife, taught Lamaze classes at each duty station. She retired from  the Muscogee County School District.
  • Connie Ussery, a retired librarian from Muscogee County School District, who loves to travel and facilitate classes at Columbus Academy for Lifelong Learning.
Their presentation focuses on the Fourth Principle of Unitarian Universalism: the free and responsible search for truth and meaning. They’ll talk about books about the awakening of  a former White Nationalist, the secret library of Syrian rebels and the daily challenges of living in Moscow during the rise of communism.

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