Joan Andras, a new member of our Fellowship, already has taught one mindfulness course here, and she’s planning another one. (See below.) This Sunday she’ll explore mindfulness as a daily or even hourly practice.
Our guest speaker this Sunday is Isiah Harper, one of the premier drama teachers in Columbus, who will take a guided approach to releasing play within yourself to provide an environment where imagination and creativity for youth can thrive.
Folksinger Ken Sizemore, a Unitarian Universalist from Panama City, Fla., will perform the music of another longtime UU, Pete Seeger.
One of our Seven Principles is “The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.” Why is that so hard? This Sunday’s guest speaker, the Rev. Ed Helton, is uniquely qualified to explore that problem.
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion, with a long history of support for human rights, from abolition through the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s up to and including the Black Lives Matter movement. But UU congregations remain…
Dr. John Studstill, a retired professor of cultural anthropology, will talk about African oral traditions that he and others have collected. Dr. Studstill was a teacher and Methodist missionary in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the early 1960s. That’s…
In this age of science, it’s easy to think we know a lot. Our speaker, Dr. Mike Edmonson, will talk about what we don’t know. It might surprise you.
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…