Come Alive

We often over-individualize our vision of what it takes for someone to flourish, and that a great many social supports are necessary to make human flourishing possible. I’ll outline in broad strokes examples of the essentially social dimensions of human development in the history of Judaism and Christianity. Humans grow into more of psycho-social and spiritual fulfillment together, rather than separately. What does that mean?

Gary Doupe graduated from Harpur College (1964) & Wesley Theological Seminary (1969) and was ordained a United Methodist pastor.  His D. Min. dissertation (San Francisco T.S., 1982) studied an anti-apartheid organization in South Africa. Pastorates included Peckville, PA, Oneonta’s colleges, and Binghamton’s North Side.  Travels:  49 U.S. states, Czechoslovakia (1969), South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Argentina, Thailand, Palestine-Israel, and Europe.  Interests:  music, social justice, writing.

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UUCB Social Hour

You are invited to join the in-person social hour after the service. We also host a Zoom social hour then. In that session we will take a minute for any special announcements before doing our usual break-out rooms. Same Zoom information as for the service.