Unitarian Universalists, like many progressive people and groups, struggle with evangelism, which has a checkered history. The result is often a failure to reach people who might in UU find a welcoming community. Fellowship member John Kamisky tackles this topic on this Sunday.
Sunday services start at 11 a.m. but join us early for coffee and conversation. Services include a talk, either by a member of our Fellowship or a guest speaker, and some music, readings, meditation and opportunities (always optional) to share your thoughts. We’re done by noon.
John Kamisy is a long-time member of UUFC and a bit of a renaissance man. He’s an Air Force veteran, an a retired engineer and volunteer firefighter, a pickleball player, a political activist a glider pilot—that’s a partial list.
Our informal motto is “Deeds before creeds.” Unitarian Universalism has roots in Christianity, but UU continues to evolve, drawing inspiration from many sources. The UU Fellowship of Columbus is truly non-denominational. Members subscribe to a range of religious, philosophical and ethical traditions. We are Christians, Jews, Buddhists, atheists, agnostics, humanists, Wiccans and more.
What ties us together are commitments to human rights and care for the planet. If you’ve had doubts about other organized religions, you might find a home here. (We’re not that organized.)
We’re meeting in person now, but watching local pandemic statistics. And we do take precautions, which you’ll find here.