Rick Spradlin on “Universalist Theology”

Unitarians and Universalists, two traditionally liberal religions, combined in 1961 into Unitarian Universalists, or “UU” for short. Our lay leader, Rick Spradlin will talk about what Universalists in particular brought to  that union.

Rick Spradlin

Visitors are welcome anytime, but we make a special effort to welcome them on the first Sunday of each month, when we have a hot-dish lunch after the service. Visitors need bring only their appetites. If you’ve been curious about our progressive UU community, please join us. Our Fellowship includes Protestants, Catholics, Buddhists, atheists, agnostics, pagans, humanists and others. Unitarian Universalists do not follow a traditional creed. Rather, we support each other in our own unique, repsonsible searches for truth and meaning.

Our services typically included music, meditation and affirmations of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. We also have activities throughout the week. For more information, check our calendar.

Here’s a rundown of this Sunday’s activities.

  • 9:30 a.m. until noon. Free child care is always available on Sunday morning.
  • 9:15 a.m. Adult Religious Education. This week: “The Myth of Closure, Part 1.” (Maureen Humphries.)
  • 10:00 a.m. UU Singers practice. All voices are welcome. (We also practice Wednesdays at 6 p.m.)
  • 10:15 a.m. Coffee and conversation before the service.
  • 10:45 a.m. The Sunday service, this week with Rick Spradlin.
  • 10:55 a.m.  Children’s Religious Education. Kids join us for the first few minutes of each Sunday service, which includes a children’s story, then that adjourn to a classroom for their own activities.