The Power of MWe: Seeking the Common Good
The Me and the We are interrelated in human relationships. None of us is truly an isolated individual, yet action requires individual choice. To seek the common good, we need to find solutions that meet needs for both the Me and the We — the MWe. This summer, RYSEC Clergy Leader Jone Johnson Lewis talked about individual human worth and our connections — this platform will bring those two topics together, and add some pragmatic ways we can work for the common good.
Jone Lewis is our featured speaker. We’ll have time for participation.
In-person: we will have LIMITED in-person participation.
- Please register by Saturday at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1032021-sunday-platform-meeting-tickets-179391253067
- A reminder that proof of vaccination (at least first dose) is required if attendee is 12 or older.
- Also required: mask while indoors, sanitize hands, respect social distance.
We will have gathering time in-person and on Zoom from 11-11:15 to socialize a bit, then begin promptly at 11:15 am ET. We will try to end by 12:15, reducing in-meeting participation. In-person socializing time (with social distancing and masking) will be until 12:30 pm, the Zoom room will be open until 1 pm for socializing.
Contributions to “Sunday Sharing” are shared between RYSEC and this month’s sharing partner. Read more and contribute:
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Please click this URL to join: https://bit.ly/RYSECPlatform
Or join by phone:
Meeting ID: 718 548 4445
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More about using Zoom: https://www.rysec.org/zoom/
- Jone Johnson LewisLeader
Jone Johnson Lewis serves the Society as Leader (clergyperson). She has been an Ethical Culture Leader since 1991, and has been at Riverdale-Yonkers since 2015. She speaks at the Society once or twice a month, bringing together current issues, personal challenges, and ethical ideas.