Unitarian Universalists hosts sermon on science and religion

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – The service at the Unitarian Universalist Community of Lake County for Sunday, March 25, will be led by visiting minister, the Rev. Sonja Sukalski from Sonora.

The service begins at 11 a.m. at the church, located at 3810 Main St. in Kelseyville.

Guests are always welcome.

The title of Rev. Sukalski’s sermon is, “More Than Birds.”

She will explore the question of whether science and religion can coexist.

Of her sermon, Rev. Sukalski said, “Science and religion often come to the same conclusions about our shared humanity, and how all life on earth is interrelated.”

She will trace some of the awe-inspiring scientific finds that relate pigeons, doves and oviraptors with the various Sapiens who have spread over the planet.

Unitarian Universalism affirms that inspiration and meaning may be found in many sources, including the natural world, personal experience, history, and religious tradition.

For more information, visit www.uuclc.org.