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!”
Dr. Meisel will present “an interactive discussion of brief and hopefully thought provoking ideas about life.”
Katie Howard directs the agency. It’s also the first Sunday of the month, so we’ll have a hot-dish lunch after the service. Visitors are welcome.
David Smith will talk about how to stay sane “when politics is utterly insane.”
Smith graduated from Columbus High School in 2016. He recently completed his first year at Columbus State University, where he is enrolled in the Honors College.…
The Rev. Dawn Skjei Cooley—who has in fact participated in roller derbies—believes that Unitarian Universalists are called to “love the hell out of the world.” It’s a calling she practices regularly.
In a December run-off election, Muscogee County Sheriff Donna Tompkins became only the third woman elected a county sheriff in Georgia. She’ll talk about security, the Sheriff’s Office and her path to the top job in a department with 441 employees…
The Flower Ceremony is an annual Unitarian Universalist ritual that celebrates beauty, diversity, community and the unique qualities individuals bring to our Fellowship.
Anton Flores-Maisonet* will mix personal stories of love, loss and a relentless hope with the account of Jesus’ encounter with his disciples on the Emmaus road.
This Sunday’s speaker explores the case for optimism and its relationship to Unitarian Universalist principles.