Sunday: “Measuring the Spiritual Health of a Nation”

Lay leader Rick Spradlin explores this question from a UU perspective. Rick is a special education teacher, a lifelong student of religion and philosophy and a longtime member of our Fellowship.

Rick Spradlin

Visitors are always welcome at our Sunday services, which feature a talk, like Rick’s, plus some music, a little meditation and other opportunities to recharge you spiritual or emotional batteries for the coming week.

Unitarian Universalist churches welcome people of all religious and ethical traditions—anyone who is engaged in a responsible and loving searches for truth and meaning. We believe in the worth and dignity of all people and the value of creating your own spiritual path.
Here’s the rest of the Sunday schedule:
  • 9:15 a.m. Adult Religious Education: “Exploring Bahaism”
  • 10:15 a.. Coffee and conversation before the service.
  • 10:45 a.m. The Sunday Service.

Services are usually an hour or less. Children’ Religious Education is on summer break, but childcare is still available from 9:15 a.m. until noon. On the third Sunday of the month we give away the collection plate to a local organization. This Sunday’s collection will help buy school supplies for Double Churches Elementary School.