"Weaving the Fabric of Our Lives and Our Souls" Rev. Mellen Kennedy leads this discussion inspired by the book Bread and Roses, Too by Vermont author Katherine Paterson. The ushering in of the modern industrial world was accompanied by a dramatic shift from homespun to factory-produced fabrics. What does this mean to who we are as humans, and why is this a spiritual issue?
This is the final event in the Springfield UU's Vermont Reads series for this year. These events are co-sponsored by the Springfield UU, the Springfield Town Library, Vermont Humanities Council, Tree Farm Campground, Community Asylum Seekers Project (CASP) and Springfield Food Co-op. ALL WELCOME!