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.)
Rick Spradlin, our lay leader, is a special education teacher and a lifelong student of comparative religion, ethics and philosophy. He’ll present a unique UU perspective on the coming holidays.
Fellowship member Jim Humphries has 40 years experience in mental health clinical services, including geriatric mental health programs.
Rick Spradlin, our lay leader, is a special education teacher and a lifelong student of comparative religion, ethics and philosophy. He loves to explore life’s deepest questions, especially regarding faith and spirituality for atheists, agnostics, humanists and other non-traditional seekers.
Scott Henderson is a social worker and counselor who has treated post-traumatic stress syndrome chronic pain for the VA and at Martin Army Hospital at Fort Benning.
Rick Spradlin is our lay leader. He’s a lifelong student of comparative religion, and he has a uniquely Unitarian Universalists view on life’s important questions.
The Rev. Pat Jobe of Greenville, S.C., describes himself as “a minister, a teacher, a writer, a listener, and a human being.”
Never heard of Horatio the Heretic? Our lay leader Rick Spradlin will explain.
Dr. Mark Berger is a history professor emeritus at Columbus State University. He’ll show us how recent ideas in behavioral economics can reveal surprises about how we all make choices.