Dr. Mark L. Berger, a a history professor emeritus at Columbus State University, will explore how stories can enslave us or empower us and how we can “assert our own defining story.”
Today many people, including Unitarian Universalists, describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious. Dr. Leonard “Fred” Howard will explore that idea.*
Rick Spradlin is a frequent speaker at our Sunday services. His last talk, “The Sanctity of Questioning,” earned him a standing ovation. Now we’re looking forward to seeing how he’ll apply his non-traditional approach to “sanctity” to the institution of…
During careers as a writer, a minister, a broadcaster and a government official—not to mention as a husband and father—Rev. Ed Wilson has developed a unique perspective on living a meaningful life.
Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson will explore the power of the collective through government and how our civic structures stabilize and sustain us.
After she was in a head-on collision, a surgeon told Joyce Hickson she’d never walk again. Two years later she’s walking, but it’s been quite a journey. She’ll talk about tools for recovering from a catastrophe.
We’ll learn about the normal grieving process and the importance of understanding and accepting it.
Veterinarian Kirstin Mix will discuss the mental, physical, and psychological benefits of animals in our lives.
Unitarian Universalists are sometimes described as people “who have questions for your answers.” Rick Spradlin will expand on that idea in a talk titled “The Sacred Question.”
The full title of Rev. Norm Horofker’s talk is: “The U.U. Gospel—Five Things You Never Expected to Hear From a Minister!”