Speaker: Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart

Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart is Senior Minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus

Whose Justice?

In memory and honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we take a step back into American history to look at how our founding documents and assumptions are evident in our divisions today. We’ll also look at why Unitarian Universalism’s values are a … read more.

Resolutions & Intentions

Every year we make resolutions. In short order, they go by the wayside. Is there a way to align our promises with reality?

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A Labyrinth and a Princess

We’ll explore labyritine history and experience walking the path. This ancient maze has a twisted history of its own – and modern interpretations. Let’s bring in the New Year with a time-honored spiritual experience, along with a story.

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Lights of Joy

In the darkness of winter there are celebrations of light.  We decorate trees and put lights in windows to bring a bit of joy to the season.  Come, let us celebrate the turning of the starwheel.  Winter Solstice is 12/21.

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Pardoning the Turkey…

We have a cornucopia of Thanksgiving blessings and traditions. Some are a bit wacky, others are time-honored family traditions. We’ll look at a bit of history and explore how we acknowledge the origins of Thanksgiving. We’ll also take time to be grateful.

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Stories and Lessons of Appalachia

How do you say Appalachia? You say it one way, I say it another. That’s true in our stories too. Join us for our annual Auction Sermon as Linda Thompson and Rev Marian share stories and lessons learned from their Appalachian days.

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Truth/Untruth

From tall tales to online posts, the truth gets a little murky or even lost. Spats or chasms erupt and divide. Each side defending truth at head-spinning pace. Let’s take a deep breath and look. We’ll use a math puzzle to begin.

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We Remember

Our annual Remberance Service holds all that we love and all that we have lost. As the pandemic is fittfuly subsiding, we take a moment to pause. As a community, we come together to memorialize loved ones, honor other losses, remember abiding truths, and recommit … read more.

Spatial Relations

Ministers are often told to look at the congregation from the balcony to see what is going on. Presidents look out over the country from the Oval Office. Astronauts look the entire earth as it floats through space. Distance certainly plays a role in relationships. … read more.