Shakespeare’s play describes how love causes us to do strange things and take strange actions in the fight for social justice.
Speaker: Rev. Stephen Robinson
Stephen Robinson is originally from Carrollton, Georgia and has lived in Columbia, SC since 2004. He is the Clinical Pastoral Education Program Manager for Prisma Health Midlands and Chaplaincy Manager for Prisma Health Hospice and Community. Stephen has been an ACPE Certified Educator since 2008, and an ordained minister since 1994. He earned a B.A. in English from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, GA and his M. Div. from the McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University in Atlanta, GA. He is an ordained minister and a chaplain endorsed by the Humanist Society of the American Humanist Association.
We will use this myth of this relationship between father and son to explore the dilemma for all of us, balancing the desire to give our children wings, while wanting to keep them safe in a violent world.
On the anniversary of the Pulse Shooting, we take an honest look at mass shootings. Pride has modeled resilience in the face of hate. Our resilience is challenged by everyday citizens being a part of an armed militia.
This Sunday we shall have our Bridging Ceremony for our graduating seniors. This service will be followed by our Annual Meeting.
On Sunday, April 24, in celebration of Earth Day, we will move our worship service outdoors. The regular Sunday morning service will be held on the UUCC lawn on the Heyward Street side, where chairs will be set up. The service will still be streamed … read more.
The Flower Communion is a long-standing tradition with Unitarian Universalists originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia. The Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United States by Rev. Maya Capek, Norbert’s widow.
Spring has officially begun! The earth has so much to teach us about the the growth and life and hope that comes forth from the mucky soil created by Winter.