The Stewart Detention Center is a privately owned jail for men without immigration documents who are awaiting hearings. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) opened an office in Lumpkin last year to provide legal assistance to detained immigrants.
Rick is our Fellowship’s lay leader. He’s a special education teacher by day, but he’s also a student of philosophy, comparative religion and ethical systems. … Continued
Rev. Theresa Slusher has studied spiritual living and life coaching, and she has over 40 years’ experience practicing and teaching meditation and helping others find more joy and passion in their lives.
Fellowship member Jim Humphries has 40 years experience in mental health clinical services, including geriatric mental health programs, and art and occupational therapy.
Lay leader Rick Spradlin will talk about how a children’s classic relates to Unitarian Universalist principles. Also please not our new time for the Sunday service: 11 a.m.
Lay leader Rick Spradlin will talk about “Turning Over a New Leaf,” this Sunday, as we begin our experiment with a new 11 a.m. start time.
This Sunday, if you are so inclined, wear something international. Connie Ussery and Dr. Joyce Hickson will take us on a journey around with world.
Rick Spradlin is our lay leader and a lifelong student of comparative religion, philosophy and ethics.
JoAnn is chair of the board of directors of El Refugio, a “ministry of hospitality and visitation serving immigrants at Stewart Detention Center and their families and friends.”
For decades the Goat Man was an odd and persistent traveler on southern highways, including some in Georgia. Come to our Sunday service for the rest of the story. (We begin at 10:45 a.m. All are welcome.)