Beginning Monday, June 29 at 7 PM, Sydney Reed and Jillian Westerfield will facilitate a four-week Zoom discussion of the book How to Be an Antiracist, by Ibram X. Kendi. By the end of our journey with this book, we should all have some personal action steps to take in dismantling racism and white supremacy. Please email Jillian at to register and receive the meeting link. Our final meeting will be July 20 at 7 PM.

This video discussion class will continue through July and August with talks by historian of science Frederick Gregory, Ph.D. The class meets Sundays at 9:20am via Zoom. Upcoming topics include: The Social Implications of Evolution, Human Evolution, The Scopes Trial, The Rise of Biblical Creationism, The Heritage of Eugenics, Intelligent Design and Adding Things Up. Questions? Contact us.

Exploring Christianity meets online two Sundays of every month at noon. The purpose of these group meetings is to make available to members/congregants of LSC a forum for learning about and discussing a variety of Christian-related topics. The focus of our group discussions range from the past (the history of Christianity) to the present (current thinking from various scholars about the state of Christianity) to the future (needs for change in) Christianity. Please contact us if you are interested in joining this group.

A Buddhist Perspective

Compassion and diminishing suffering for all living beings is a special focus of the Buddhist tradition. Explore and reflect on their relevance to our lives. This group will be meeting online again soon. Contact us for more information. Facilitator: Dan Lyonsmith.