The Forum at Cedar Lane

CLUC Ralph Nader 1Photo: Ralph Nader and Dick Kauffunger, Co-Chair of The Forum, September 11, 2016.

Sunday Morning Forum

The Sunday Morning Forum meets at 10:10 AM in the Chalice House between worship services.  Join us for a talk and free trade coffee!  All are welcome. Free events.

April 2, 10:10 a.m.:  It's Amazing What You See, with John Kelly, Columnist, The Washington Post.  John Kelly writes "John Kelly's Washington", a daily column about the less-famous side of our area. Often inspired by what he happens to 'see', he'll talk about how he comes up with his column ideas and about life at the Post.


The Evening Forum meets on the second Sunday of each month at 7 p.m. in our auditorium.

April 9, 7 p.m.:  "Elevate the National Debate...On the Budget, Economy, Social Security, Medicare, Infrastructure, and the Political System's Inability to Get Things Done" with Robert Reischauer, PhD, President Emeritas of the Urban Institute

Robert Reischauer is a nationally recognized economist and a leader in evidence based decision making to solve real-world challenges. He is a Distinguished Institute Fellow and President Emeritus of the Urban Institute, which he led from 2000-2012 and a former Director of the Congressional Budget Office between 1989 and !995. Until recently, he was one of two public trustees of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds.

Reischauer holds an AB from Harvard as well as an MA in international affairs and a PhD in economics from Columbia.

About the Forum at Cedar Lane

The Forum at Cedar Lane offers Cedar Lane members, friends, and the greater Montgomery County community an opportunity to discuss a broad range of contemporary issues and explore their ethical and spiritual dimensions.  The Forum at Cedar Lane includes our Sunday Morning Forum, which meets weekly at 10:10 a.m. in our Chalice House Main Room between worship services, September 2016 through April 2017.  Enjoy some of our free-trade coffee while you participate!  The Evening Forum meets on the second Sunday of each month at 7 p.m. in our auditorium (unless otherwise noted). Evening Forums run closer to 1.5 hours and feature speakers of interest to a wider community.