Date(s) - 06/19/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist


We are often told that the definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. This is not, strictly speaking, a real definition, but perhaps it is a if limited helpful one.

For example, imagine a stream of water falling on a rock. It does nothing to the rock that is observable, but over time, it is apparent that it changes the rock. What are we to conclude from this? Is the same act futile? Is there a valid critique of framing? What is the “right” way to understand repetitive behavior?

If we are to be a prophethood of all believers, as James Luther Adams once called us, what is our best acts as prophets? Call out in the same way to unheeding people? Switch up our technique to catch interest? Both? Neither?


IN-PERSON & ZOOM SERVICES: Our 10 am, Sunday morning service is always accessible via Zoom, and at least once a month, we meet in person. The in-person services are always labeled as live on this website.

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Coffee hour will be held after Sunday services when Rev. Norris is present, provided that enough volunteers have been recruited to adequately prepare and execute this popular social event.


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