Rick Spradlin is a longtime member of our Fellowship and a lifelong student of religious, philosophical and ethical traditions. He often talks to us about aspects of Unitarian Universalism.
Speaker: Rick Spradlin
Rick Spradlin is a long-time member of our Fellowship and a lifelong student of philosophy, religion and ethical systems.
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.,
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Unitarian Universalists share a commitment to support UU’s Seven Principles, and now the Unitarian Universalist Association is proposing to adopt an Eighth Principle. It’s centered on a commitment to be accountable to work toward dismantling systemic white supremacy.
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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.*
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Rick Spradlin is a long-time student of comparative religion and our lay leader. He’s also a regular service leader and speaker. In addition to Father’s Day, this Sunday is Juneteenth
We don’t have a minister. Instead, we rely on Fellowship members, like Rick Spradlin, to lead services, and we often have guest speakers from the community at large. Visitors are always welcome.
Rick is our lay leader. He’s a long-time student of comparative religion. His … read more.
Four speakers on the past four Sundays have talked about peace and how it begins with us. In this last service in May, those four will gather to present readings from some of the world’s great religions. We’ll also celebrate peace symbolically with water, flowers … read more.
Lay leader Rick Spradlin explores the enigma of peace. “Humanity’s desire for peace is rivaled only by its inability to hold onto it,” he says. In this service he’ll explore how we’re often led to war or left with no alternative.