Lay leader Rick Spradlin explores this question from a UU perspective. Rick is a special education teacher, a lifelong student of religion and philosophy and a longtime member of our Fellowship.
Rick Spradlin, our lay leader, explores “responsibility” in UU context. We’re a fellowship of people who believe in the worth and dignity of all people and in our responsibilities to respect each other and our planet.
Lay Leader Rick Spradlin will explore some common criticisms of Unitiarian Universalism. It will be a great way to get to know us, plus you can join us for lunch after the service. Visitors are always welcome. … Continued
Our guest speaker is Dr. Harvey Richman, is a professor emeritus in psychology at Columbus State University.
Guest speaker Dr. Lloyd Sampson will explore our constitutional rightright to bear arms and how“Constitutional Origins of the Second Amendment”
Unitarian Universalism emphasizes action rather than belief. This Sunday we’ll explore what that means within the framework of UU’s Seven Principles.
Lynn Norris, founder of ONE Harris County, will be our speaker. One of that organization’s projects is a memorial to honor Harry Gilbert, a Harris County farmer who was arrested without legal cause in 1947 and who died in a…
During this Sunday’s service we’ll celebrate the Fourth of July. We’re proud of our country and of our Unitarian Universalist heritage. (After all, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were Unitarians.) Visitors are always welcome. And please stay after for burgers,…
John Land explores the pitfalls of applying Charles Darwin’s ideas to society.
Folksinger Ken Sizemore, a Unitarian Universalist from Panama City, Fla., will sing in honor of our dads.