Our lay leader, Rick Spradlin, continues his exploration of spirituality from a Unitarian Universalist perspective.
Fellowship members Joyce Hickson, Connie Ussery and Silver DeWitt will lead our Mother’s Day service.
From time to time, we all hear things that stir our emotions. Join us as we explore the sounds that stir our souls.
Sue Watson, who works for Georgia Cyber Academy, taught social sciences for 32 years at Spencer High School and Northside High School in Columbus. The complete title of this talk is: “The Anthropology of Happiness: The State of Well-Being and…
Justin diFeliciantonio, who spent most of 2017 India, is a practitioner of yoga and a long-time student of consciousness and wellness practices. His talk—informed by personal explorations—will range from the scientific to the spiritual.
Our speaker this Sunday, Rick Spradlin, explores the relationship between Unitarian Universalism and some of life’s biggest questions.
Unitarian Universalists celebrate beauty, diversity, community during this ceremony. Bring a flower and join us. Visitors are always welcome at this home for liberal religion in the Chattahoochee Valley.
Easter is an interesting celebration for Unitarian Universalists. Unitarianism, after all, was founded on the idea that there is one God, not a trinity, which complicates the Easter story. Our religion has since evolved to include wisdom from many traditions…
Dr. Phil Chan—a student and teacher of Reiki massage, Tai Chi and blues harmonica—on “The Science of Happiness.”
Rick Spradlin examines religions from a Unitarian Universalist persepective, which is unique.