Roundtable: Moonwalkers – Sun, Oct 2, 2022 
2:00 pm--3:00 pm – Virtual Event Via Zoom

John Norberg, a writer from Indiana, will talk about the first and last moon walkers, Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan. Norberg knew both of them personally, as a journalist and author, having interviewed them for newspaper articles and a book. He also helped host them during visits to their alma mater, Purdue University. Join us on Zoom.

Roundtable: Virtual Blessing of the Animals – Sun, Oct 9, 2022 
2:00 pm--3:00 pm – Virtual Event Via Zoom

See announcement in the October 3 “Week at a Glance”  for information about registration (free!) and instructions for logging on to the service. Questions?  Contact Dave Steele.

Roundtable: Dr. Bobbie Green – Sun, Oct 16, 2022 
2:00 pm--3:00 pm – Virtual Event Via Zoom

Join Dr. Bobbie Greene, President of NAACP Dona Ana County and Professor of Music at NMSU. Dr. Greene along with other members of the Board will present an update on NAACP activities in Las Cruces and we’ll discuss ways in which we might assist in the pursuit of racial justice. Join us on Zoom.

Roundtable: Our 8th Principle – Sun, Oct 23, 2022 
2:00 pm--3:00 pm – Virtual Event Via Zoom

We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions. Understanding the need for the Unitarian Universalist 8th principle and the need to revitalize the church’s support of this principle. How shall we proceed? Join us on Zoom.

Roundtable: Housing Bond Project – Sun, Oct 30, 2022 
2:00 pm--3:00 pm – Virtual Event Via Zoom

Join Natalie Green, City of Las Cruces’ Housing and Neighborhood Services Manager, and Beth Bardwell, Co-Chair of the Las Cruces Coalition for Attainable Housing.

On November 8th, city voters will be asked to approve four General Obligation bond capital projects to enhance our city and benefit our residents, quality of life and the economy. The four projects are $6M for affordable housing initiatives, $10M for a new fire station benefiting the Highway 70 corridor, $2M for park improvements, and $5M for Phase 2 of the East Mesa Recreation Complex. Natalie and Beth will focus the majority of their presentation on the GO Housing Bond sharing information about the purpose, need, and benefits of this General Obligation Bond project. Join us on Zoom.

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What is The Roundtable?

Roundtable discussions promote personal growth through group interaction. Everyone is free to join the discussion group and many members drop in when the topics are of interest to them. The Roundtable meets in the church’s library on Sundays at 10:30 AM, during the second church service and in the Sanctuary at 9 AM during our summer worship schedule.

While we may reach a consensus about an issue under discussion, the real purpose of the Roundtable is to give everyone the information they need to make up their own minds about an issue. Members of the church or outside speakers lead discussions. In addition, a moderator makes sure that everyone who has something to say gets a chance to speak.

Roundtables cover a range of topics that interest the group. Topics may cover a scientific principle or theory, a religious subject, or social, economic, or political issues. You can find discussion topics in the newsletter, church orders of service, and in the church calendar.

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Join The Roundtable for a weekly community discussion on contemporary issues facing Las Cruces, the State of New Mexico, and the world beyond. Here’s a YouTube of a recent Roundtable. You can watch more archived episodes by clicking this link.

Join us for worship at the UUCLC on Sundays at 10am MT. All are welcome!