The Religious Exploration program's leaders and children are happy to present at this service, which will mark the the culmination of a semester of exploring rainforests. The UUCO chorus will help with musical support. This service will seek to demonstrate our commitment to the Unitarian Universalist seventh principle which calls for "respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part." We hope it will inspire all of us to take care of our precious home, planet Earth.
Dr. John Conlon, a professor of Economics at the University of Mississippi will share some views about how these two disciplines are intersecting in new and different ways at this time in our history.
White Supremacy and the Death of the Divine in Our Lives - Rev. David Billings - Sunday, January 7, 2018
Rev. David Billings author of the award winning book
Deep Denial and a presenter at the 2017 UUA General Assembly joins us to talk about racism and some possible cures from his experiences as a white southern activist. There will be a Q and A session after the service.
Fully letting go is ultimate renewal. You are invited to participate in the annual Burning Bowl ceremony. We will gather in honor of the potential for transformation in the extraordinary every day.
Rev. Gail Tapscott invites you to join us on Christmas Eve morning to learn how to make the post Christmas Day period a time of growth and renewal all the way to 12th night. We will hear stories and music and maybe some holiday magic will happen.
How short the daylight hours have now become.
How gray the skies, how barren seem the trees.
Let us not wish away the winter.
Join us for the light that shines forth through music provided by the Solstice Singers, featuring Cynthia Furr Linton, Cynthia Newsome, Ginger Furr Harrell, Libby Furr, and Susannah Furr.