The most Confucian culture in the world, Korea, has a long history of tragedy and triumph that has manifested in their current approach to world affairs. Over the last century, the United States has also played an important part in Korea’s history, both for good and for ill. To understand this complex land’s past is to begin to understand current events in both North and South Korea.

Rev. Dennis McCarty taught in the Republic of South Korea for several years before entering Unitarian Universalist ministry. He interned at People’s Church from 2001-2003 before being called to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbus, Indiana. Since retiring from parish ministry, he has focused on “A Ministry of Words and Music.” He is currently putting the finishing touches on his new book: Monuments: Reflection of Time, Culture, and Spirits in America. He also, occasionally, shares a one-person version of his play, ‘Servetus: the Radical Reformed Musical’.

 

Baby/toddler care is available beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Hospitality in the Foyer with coffee, tea and snacks starts at 10:15 a.m.

Sunday Services begin at 10:45 a.m.

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