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The Truth About Living Wills and End of Life Care

Blenda Fairman

As medical technology becomes more and more sophisticated, it is now possible to extend many people’s lives following catastrophic illnesses or accidents. Possible; but is it ethical? Let’s explore some legal and ethical choices that we have when faced with a medical crisis.

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  • Meet Dawn Cooley 2017 February 14 Kasey Castleberry

    Rev. Dawn Cooley, Congregational Life Staff, UUA Southern Region will be visiting with members of MLUUC on February 20, at 10:00 a.m. at Mountain Light.  Board members will be present.  All Team Leaders and ALL interested members and friends are encouraged to join us with your questions ...

  • Movie Night: FEB 15 2017 February 12 Kasey Castleberry

    Mountain Light has a movie night on the third Wednesday of every month.  The doors open at 5:30 PM, and the movie begins at 6 PM.  There will be popcorn and whatever else others might bring to share.  The movie this month will be The Princess Bride.  ...

  • FEB 05 Service 2017 February 3 Gretchen Norris
    Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church welcomes the Reverend Jennifer Dalton, back as our guest speaker on Sunday, February 5.  As we face new challenges in the New Year, Reverend Dalton presents ways to help us maintain a positive attitude in our world of everyday news filled with tragedies and misfortunes.  Learn ...
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