Area UU Congregations Present the Rev. Chris Antal

The Unitarian Universalist congregations of the greater Hartford region welcome

United States military veteran and Unitarian Universalist minister

The Rev. Dr. Chris Antal

Saturday evening, November 10th

7:00 PM

Fiske Hall (the auditorium at the rear of the building)

Universalist Church of West Hartford

433 Fern St. in West Hartford, CT

 

After a thirty minute screening of the film “National Bird,” Rev. Dr. Antal will address US war in the 21st century, specifically the reality and moral hazards of drone warfare. We will examine what actions we can take as committed people of faith to address the rapid proliferation of weaponized drone technology.

Rev. Chris Antal to Preach at UUS:E

On Sunday morning, June 24th at 9:00 and 11:00, UUS:E welcomes the Rev. Chris Antal, a former military chaplain who courageously spoke out against United States drone warfare policies while stationed at Kandahar Air Force Base in Afghanistan. Read a short biography of Rev. Antal here. Read his “A Veteran’s Day Confession for America” here.

Rev. Antal joins us courtesy of the Interfaith Network on Drone Warfare.

For a fascinating look into the impact of drone warfare on drone pilots, see Eyal Press’s June 17th New York Times Magazine article, “The Wounds of the Drone Warrior,” which mentions Rev. Antal’s work.

Short Film on Drone Warfare

 Film and Discussion on the Moral Implications of Drone Warfare

In advance of our June 24th guest minister, former military chaplain, the Rev. Chris Antal, UUS:E is screening a film on drone warfare produced by the Interfaith Network on Drone Warfare and the Peace Action Education Fund.

 

Rev. Chris Antal, former U.S. military chaplain

Tues., June 12th, 4:30 PM  

“The Religious Community and Drone Warfare

 

Faith leaders from a wide range of traditions are interviewed on this 27 minute video, including representatives of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the United Church of Christ, the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, Interfaith Action for Human Rights, the Unitarian Universalist Association, the United Methodist Church, the American Sikh Council, the Islamic Society of North America, the Friends Committee on National Legislation and the Church of the Brethren.

  

Need child care or have other questions? Contact Rev. Josh Pawelek at (860) 652-8961 or revpawelek@gmail.com