Earth Day Selections from our UUFS Rolling Cart Library

To celebrate Earth Day this Saturday, April 22nd, I came across some inspired reading in our UUFS Library. I recommend the following selections:

  • “In Nature’s Honor” by Patricia Montley
  • “The Earth Friendly Food Chain” by Linda Riebel
  • “Blessed Unrest” by Paul Hawken

See me after church in Shephard Hall this Sunday where I’ll have these and many more available to borrow, or contact me directly at librarian@uufs.org.

-Ginny Merry, UUFS Librarian

Social Action Book Group

U.S.ConstitutionThe Constitution of the United States by Delegates of the Constitutional Convention

The Supreme Court Justices have argued over the interpretations and implementation of these articles and amendments. Most recently, the extent and intent of the First Amendment is being challenged: freedom of speech and the press, freedom of assembly and the right to petition the government, and freedom of religion. We will go to the source document.

We will discuss it on Sunday, June 25, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. in Classroom 7. Come and share your ideas. For more information, contact social.action.book.group@uufs.org.

There are several options to purchase through Amazon including a “Hip Pocket Guide.” If you buy starting from the Amazon links provided here, your purchases directly benefit UUFS.

Women’s Book Group

remains_of_the_dayThe Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

“A tragic, spiritual portrait of a perfect English butler and his reaction to his fading insular world in post-war England.”A Booker prize winner, it’s an interesting character study, “about how class conditioning can turn you into your own worst enemy, making you complicit in your own subservience.”

We will discuss this book on Thursday, April 27, 2017 , at 10:00 a.m. at Carol Harris’s house.  Purchase through Amazon’s UUFS Donation page.

Note: Buying through the UUA Bookstore provides money to UUA, a worthy cause. If you buy starting from this Amazon link, your purchases directly benefit UUFS.

 

 

 

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