Sunday, July 22, 10am -Single Service
Walking With Ralph Waldo Emerson
Julianne Lepp, Guest Speaker
Walking in the path of Ralph Waldo Emerson, we encounter a great writer and theologian, a literary and social influence on national culture, a proponent of direct religious experience in nature and one of our most famous Unitarian forbears. Emerson wrote prolifically through many trials of grief and through his life experiences. What can we learn by walking with Emerson?
Sunday, July 29, 10am -Single Service
Sammy Fong, Coordinator
The theme for this year’s Poetry Sunday is “The ‘Awe-dacity’ of Poetry”.
If you would like to participate, please send a poem you would like to read or perform on Poetry Sunday to Sammy Fong with the title, your name, and the name of the poet, (unless you are the author). Two-minute time limit per reader. Please also contact Sammy for questions or more information.
Sunday, August 5, 10am -Single Service
What Are We Missing
Chris Highland, Guest Speaker
With stories from his years of chaplaincy in jails, streets and a private school, his journey from faith to freethinking, and his deep delight in Nature, Chris will present central questions that awaken curiosity for both secular and spiritual people.
Chris Highland teaches classes on Freethought at the UNCA Reuter Center and writes the weekly “Highland Views” columns for the Asheville Citizen-Times. Now a humanist celebrant, he was an interfaith chaplain in jails and on streets in the San Francisco Bay area for decades. His new book, A Freethinker’s Gospel, will be published by Pisgah Press this fall. Chris and his wife, Carol, a Presbyterian minister, live in North Asheville.
Sunday, August 12, 10am -Single Service
Rev. Claudia Jimenez, Minister of Faith Development
Sunday, August 19, 10am -Single Service
Lisa Forehand, Guest Speaker
Sunday, August 25, 10am -Single Service