The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northern Chautauqua is pleased to announce that Dr. David Kinkela will speak on Sunday. Kinkela, associate professor of history and director of the honors program at SUNY Fredonia, was awarded the Forum for the History of Science in America Book Prize for 2012 for his most recent book, DDT and the American Century: Global Health, Environmental Politics, and the Pesticide That Changed the World. His current research focuses on U.S. environmental politics in a global age. He will speak on social justice issues in recognition of the Martin Luther King Junior holiday. All are invited to attend this service.
During the service, nursery care will be available for children under the age of 5. Grades K-4 and Coming of Age for grades 5-8 will meet with their teachers for Religious Exploration class.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northern Chautauqua is a liberal religious community devoted to promoting individual spiritual development, working toward peace, liberty, and justice in the immediate and global communities, and providing companionship on life's sacred journey. Worship services are held each Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Grange Hall, 58 W. Main St., Fredonia. Call 679-7944, visit www.uucnc.org, or visit the congregation's page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/uucnc for more information.