Rick Spradlin: “The Arc of the Universe Bends Toward Justice”

Depressed by current events? It’s hard not to be. There’s plenty of justification for a gloom outlook. But maybe there’s a bigger picture worth considering. Join us on this Sunday for a peek at a different perspective from Rick Spradlin.*

Rick is our Fellowship’s lay leader. He’s a special education teacher by day and a long-time student of comparative religion by inclination. His talks are usually centered on one of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. Key concepts include reason, tolerance and freedom and also respect, compassion and love. Services also include readings, music, meditation and opportunities (always optional) to share your ideas and what’s going on in your life.

Rick Spradlin

We meet in person Sundays at 11 a.m., with safety measures in place. (See below.) Service are in spacious Grace Fellowship Hall on our campus on the banks for the Heiferhorn Creek in north Columbus. (It’s at 8827 Heiferhorn Way.) We welcome people of all faith traditions and ethical systems that recognize and respect the dignity of all people.

If human rights and care for our planet are important to you, you’ll find friends here. Our motto: deeds before creeds.

For more information, email us at uufcga@gmail.com and put “Sunday service question” in the subject line.

*Due to a scheduling mixup—service coordinator Bill Harlan pleaded guilty—Rick was listed as the July 17 speaker. He’s on this Sunday.

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