Fellowship members Connie and Ron Ussery recently returned from New Zealand, where they encountered a different approach to respecting and honoring indigenous people. They also learend something about sacred spaces. On the South Island, for example, the Usserys visited Castle Hill. The Dalai Lama called … read more.
Speaker: Ron Ussery
Ron Ussery is a former newspaperman, magazine editor, personnel manager, retirement plan manager and public relations director. (A partial list.) Now he wears several hats at Brookstone School, including director of library/media services and the voice of Cougars baseball.
Be prepared for a new take on two subjects that can ignite spirited debate. The fourth principle of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism is “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.”: That’s what will happen this Sunday.
Many of us have speculated about this idea from “Fidler on the Roof,” but how deeply have we thought about it? Are we already rich and just don’t acknowledge it? Join us on this Sunday for a deeper dive into the truth about our … read more.
This Sunday (March 19) Ron Ussery will present “The Passages of Life: “Sheehy and Beyond.” Gail Sheehy’s book Passages, was named one of the 10 most influential books of all time by the Library of Congress. It offers a roadmap of human development through … read more.