Charles Butterfield, former longtime local science teacher, asks how did a rigorous process for studying nature become a politicized belief system? What does that mean for us as we go forward in our search for truth and meaning?
Speaker: Charles Butterfield
Charles Butterfield: Why I Am Not Yet a Buddhist
Unitarian Universalism is hard to define. This is because it is composed of many quite distinct faiths. While all UUs are freely seeking truth and meaning, they choose different ways. There is strength in diversity, … read more.
“I have walked through many lives, some off them my own,” begins a poem called The Layers by Stanley Kunitz. Charles and Nancy Butterfield, like many octogenarians, are transitioning from the farmhouse they have occupied for nearly sixty years to a continuing care retirement community … read more.