Monthly Archives: January 2017

Dr Dennis Willows – How Animals Orient Themselves with the Earth’s Magnetic Field

Join the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on February 19 when Dr Dennis Willows will speak about How Animals Orient Themselves with the Earth’s Magnetic Field. Dennis Willows has spent his life researching how nerves, acting in groups, lead to specific behaviors. Today, his research has ‘advanced’ from studies of escape behavior in marine nudibranchs to how … Continued

Feb 12 Julie Duke Island Haven Animal Sanctuary

Join the Unitarian Univ fellowship to explore the interconnected web of life with a presentation by Julie Duke, founder of the  Island Haven Animal Sanctuary.  Julie will share what she has learned in the first 2 years of running a Sanctuary for farm animals.  Julie was the former Executive Director for Wolf Hollow  Wild Animal Sanctuary.You … Continued

Jan 29 Dr. Val Veirs Underwater Shipping Noise and the Southern Resident Orcas

Join the Unitarian Univ fellowship to explore the interconnected web of life with a presentation by Dr Veirs.  Val Veirs lives and has a hydrophone laboratory on the westside of San Juan Island.  He leads studies of the underwater noise from large commercial vehicles and seek to understand how this noise may compromise the use of … Continued

Mosa Baczewska: Sound as a Doorway

Join us on Sunday January 15 for a presentation by Mosa Baczewska: Sound as a Doorway.  Explore the power of your voice as a healing instrument.   Experience the alchemy of group sounding as a doorway to shift consciousness.  Our service will be part performance of original songs by Mosa, part experiential group sounding.  We will … Continued

Reflections on the New Year – Rev Dr Kurt Schwalbe

Join us on Sunday January 8 for the first service of the new year.  Rev Dr Kurt Schwalbe will lead the service and share his thoughts on the new year ahead.  There will be time for sharing and personal reflection.  Coffee hour will be held after the service to continue the discussion.  10:30 am at … Continued