Rich Heiland, current president of TWUUC, is a birth-right Quaker. He began attending TWUUC several years ago because there are no Quaker meetings within easy reach and he found UUs share many values with Quakers. In fact, in some areas UUs and Quakers are allies and even share facilities. But, when congregations hold values like UUs and Quakers, and are in predominately conservative Christian areas, how do those congregations thrive and grow? Rich does not promise answers – only a lot of points to ponder and maybe a suggestion or two. Discussion following the service is desired. This is a Zoom service.
Date(s) - Nov 29, 2020
10:30 am - 11:30 am