Rick Spradlin examines religions from a Unitarian Universalist persepective, which is unique.
March is Women’s History Month. Joyce Hickson, Connie Ussery and Pat Hart will talk about barriers great women have overcome.
Their talk will be based on Time Magazine’s September 2017 project titled “Firsts: Women Who are Changing the World.” The project…
Unitarians and Universalists, two traditionally liberal religions, combined in 1961 into Unitarian Universalists, or “UU” for short. Our lay leader, Rick Spradlin will talk about what Universalists in particular brought to that union.
Rick Spradlin, is a longtime educator and a lifelong student of comparative religion, philosophy and ethics.
John John Mallory Land has a background in theater, and his talk about manners promises to be imaginative, entertaining and enlightening.
Sheila Corn is an outreach coordinator for the RESPECT Institute of Georgia, which helps people share their personal stories of recovery and independent living.
One of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism is “the inherent worth and dignity of all people.” Lay leader Rick Spradlin will talk about applying that principle.
Dave Hudson will talk about the Citizens Climate Lobby’s climate change solution and Its elegant theological underpinnings.
David Marlowe has a message that will be useful to all of us. He’s director of programs and services for the Columbus/Chattahoochee Valley regional office of the Georgia chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
The full title of Rick Spradlin’s talk is “What My Study of Disabilities Has Taught Me So Far: 30 Years as a Special Education Teacher.” Rick teaches special education at Johnson Elementary here in Muscogee County, and he’s a frequent…