Join us in Child Hall the next three Sundays, June 23, June 30, and July 7, for this series taught by the Rev. Dr. Thee Smith. Our most humane religious and secular traditions offer promising resources for fostering nonviolence. However, none has demonstrated enough proficiency to protect its adherents from practicing violence as saving or redemptive. Thus a more comprehensive strategy is called for: How do we make available to all traditions of goodwill additional aids, available from neighboring sources, to supplement each tradition’s own ideals, genius and best wisdom?