Easter has a specific, central meaning in Christianity, but the meaning has evolved for many Unitarian Universalists. We might celebrate rebirth in nature or any number of metaphorical resurrections. Fellowship member Rick Spradlin will help us explore these ideas on Easter Sunday.,
Services begin at 11 a.m. Join us early for coffee, snacks and conversation. The centerpiece of each service is a talk, like Rick’s, but we also have music, readings, meditation and opportunities to share your thoughts. Visitors and guests are always welcome. And we’re done by noon.
Rick Spradlin is a special education teacher and a lifelong student of philosophy, theology and ethics. He plays an important role in our Fellowship, keeping us focused on the values, sources and principles of Unitarian Universalism.