Kurt Vonnegut was a counterculture hero, and one of the most influential writers and novelists of the 20th century. He is best known for writing “Slaughterhouse Five”, Cat’s Cradle”, and “Breakfast of Champions”. His works are a blend of science, satire, and black comedy.
Vonnegut was an atheist, a humanist and a freethinker. He once told the UUA General Assembly that, “In order not to seem a spiritual parapalegic, I sometimes say I’m a Unitarian Universalist ”.
Join us as we celebrate Kurt Vonnegut’s 100th Birthday. Warning: This service will be interactive. ?