More and more Americans are describing themselves as “spiritual but not religious,” but what does that mean?
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Neal Jones
Rev. Dr. Neal Jones is the minister of Main Line Unitarian Church near Philadelphia. Before heading up north, he was our minister for 11 years. He has served as the pastor of five congregations, as well as a clinical psychologist at Baptist Hospital here in Columbia. He earned his B.A. in political science from Wake Forest University, his Master of Divinity from Southeastern Theological Seminary, and his Doctor of Psychology from Baylor University. Neal preaches and lives a practical spirituality that seeks personal wholeness, relational respect, and social justice.
Our current uncivil civil discourse needs an injection of empathy. Yet just because we may be empathetic is no guarantee that others will be. Then what?
We UUs celebrate our freedom, but there are different kinds of freedom, and ideally, they are age-appropriate.
August 19, 2018
Why is it that when life knocks some people down – a layoff, a serious illness or injury, a breakup or divorce, the end of a friendship, the death of a loved one, the loss of a physical ability, a failure at … read more.