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Join us on Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 6:30 PM in the Board Room to discuss Gretta Vosper’s book, With or Without God: Why the Way We Live Is More Important Than What We Believe. Gretta Vosper, an a-theist minister in the United Church of Canada, writes that for the Christian church to survive “it must shift from its time-bound biblical and doctrinal base to a broader base of timeless, life-enhancing values—a base that would include all peoples of the world who embrace humanitarian and ecologically sound ideals.” Does any of this sound familiar? UUs have already made this shift, but it is an ongoing process. Growth and change are never easy. Vosper’s clear articulation of the issues and difficulties offers us another perspective on what it means to be spiritually awake. Muriel and Richard Bronakoski will lead the discussion. Questions: contact firstname.lastname@example.org.