“EcoDharma” for the Eco-Crisis
Sunday, November 14, 12:45–2:15 p.m. in the King room
Calling Buddhist-inspired UUs to join our UUC Zen group in person this Sunday. Then we’ll hop online to join like-minded others from around North America for a little meditation and a recorded dharma talk by David Loy, author of Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crisis. (His talk was previously recorded, not live as was mistakenly reported when this event was announced.) Loy will be the lead teacher at the 2022 UU Buddhist Fellowship (UUBF) Convocation March 17-22, 2022 in Racine, WI.
Rev. James Ford, a UU minister & Zen Roshi, calls David Loy “one of the most interesting figures in convert Buddhism today.” Loy is a scholar, a Zen teacher in the Sanbo lineage, and a respected ecological activist.
This in-person meeting is open to all. Drop-ins are welcome, as long as you are fully vaccinated (proof of vaccination must be presented to enter the building). Please use the lower entrance to the church (parking lot level) and check in at the kiosk when you enter. If you would rather attend virtually from your own home or other location, please register directly through Zoom. You’ll receive the meeting link from the UUBF registrar. If you have questions, contact Janine Larsen, UUC Director of Ministries.