July 2 “Biosemiotics and Religion” Guest speaker: Dick Moodey 

Our “Summer Lite” Sunday Services kick-off with a casual format but weighty talk. 

“Biosemiotics” is a movement to rethink biological processes at all levels, from cells to ecosystems, in terms of non-linguistic sign systems and symbols as a significant part of communications — a theory developed by Charles Sanders Peirce and others.  Dick will explore conflicts between biological science and religion, including the conflict between evolutionary theory and creationism. 

Service Coordinator: Al Richardson.