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.

A Crisis of Myopia

As the number of children who have myopia are growing, many researchers believe it’s connected to a lack of outside time and sunshine. We will look at the many ways we can suffer from myopia, both literally and figuratively and contemplate that light is the … read more.

Shaped by Tragedy

On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we will focus on how those events of tragedy have shaped us and transformed our culture.

Water Communion

Water Communion provides a ritual for our return from summer vacations as we transition into the year ahead of us at the UUCC. This will also mark the introduction and beginning of our CYRE program for the year.  (Multi-Generational Service)

Redefining Community

The UUCC has so many connections and relationships in the community and culture where we provide care, create dialogue, offer support, advocate for justice, and side with love. This Sunday will be a celebration and recommitment to that great work.

Creating Safety and Freedom

The Muslim New Year begins on August 9th. For many Muslims, this holiday commemorates the event of Mohammed and his followers leaving the persecution they were experiencing in Mecca in search of a free and safe space to live and practice their spirituality. We will … read more.

The Practice of Play

The art of play seems to come naturally to us as children, and as we move into adulthood, we often lose a connection to our sense of play, wonder, and imagination. The path to health, especially on the other side of the pandemic, demands that … read more.