Ray Rankin: “Reason to Believe”

Following up on Rick Spradlin’s exploration of “Reason,” Fellowship member and poet Ray Rankin dives deeper into the relationship between belief and reason. It’s an intersection of ideas that’s important for many Unitarian Universalists. Sunday services start at 11 a.m., in person, at Grace Fellowship Hall. We’re close 100 percent vaccinated for COVID-19, and we require masks of everyone indoors.

Ray Rankin

Ray is the author of a collection of poems, The Rain After It’s Gone, which explores “the frets that keep us up and the joys that greet us as we wake.” Learn more this Sunday. He’s also a member of our UU No Wrong Turns Bicycle Club.

He and his wife, Patricia, are new members of our Fellowship.

While our most of our members and friends have been vaccinated, we still take precautions to prevent the spread of the pandemic. Seating in Grace Fellowship Hall is arranged to make social distancing as easy as possible. We do have music, but we don’t sing together. Masks are required for everyone. (A new requirement since the surge in the Delta variant of COVID-19.

If you have a question about joining us, email us at uufcga@gmail.com