Following the Service, at 12:15 pm, he will be screening his 1-hour public TV documentary, “Divining the Divine,” in the UUCM Fireside Room. It explores the Temple Prize for Progress in Religion and an interfaith gathering of the World Conference of Religions for Peace held in Riva del Garda, Italy.
A former documentary filmmaker for East Coast public TV stations, now living in Bodega Bay, Rich Panter was raised an Episcopalian, majored in Humanities, and earned a Masters in Urban Elementary Education with the U.S. Teacher Corps. He became a UU three decades ago.Topics: Standard Sunday Service