Speaker: David Senecal

Unitarian Universalist Community Church member David Senecal is a native of Muskegon who has lived in the Kalamazoo area for over 50 years. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University and was a librarian for 35 years at the Kalamazoo Public Library until his retirement in 2005.  He has enjoyed his post-working years engaging in his favorite pastimes and passions of music and theater performance and art classes at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.  He also enjoys the companionship and love of his significant other, Lisa, and his cat, Felicity.

Celebrating Our History: Emerson & Fuller

Unitarian Universalism names direct experience as an important source of religious and spiritual understanding, an idea that originated with 19th century Transcendentalism. Join us as we celebrate our history with a ‘dramatic dialogue’ between two important figures in the Transcendental movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson and … read more.

Reflections on Stoicism

UUCC member David Senecal has been reading about Stoicism, a school of thought that flourished in ancient Greek and Rome, and has been struck by the similarities between its ethical framework and Unitarian Universalist theology.

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