Speaker: Tom Ewell

This Little Ethic of Mine (Audio)

Many of us feel betrayed by the dearth of ethical behavior by our country’s leadership. But ethics are also personal. In this time of moral confusion and compromise, how do we form our own personal ethics?

Tom has served most of his career as an ecumenical, interfaith, and Quaker peace and justice advocate at the regional and national level with a particular expertise in criminal justice reform and disarmament. He is a member of the WA Quaker Voice lobby group in Olympia and serves on the Criminal Justice Working Group of the Faith Action Network in Seattle. He lives in Clinton with his wife, Cathy Whitmire.

Worship Associate: Mark Simpson

My Life Flows On (Audio)

We are afloat in an unpredictable and dangerous sea of time. We are often sad, angry, and weary from its threat and harm. But day to day we also celebrate the precious fullness and beauty of life around us and the blessings of family and community, and we carry on often lifted with laughter and song.

Guest Speaker: Tom Ewell
Tom is a Whidbey Island Quaker who promotes strategic peace building through his work on disarmament, criminal justice reform, legislative advocacy, and mediation. Tom lives in Clinton with his wife, writer Cathy Whitmire. He writes a weekly blog, “Saturday Evening Post” at www.tomewell.com/blog/
Worship Leader: Mavis Cauffman
Music: Congregational singing!