This Month’s Theme: Identity
Growing Into Acceptance
Worship Associate: Christi Bayha
Jim’s message will focus on his theological journey to a theology of reconciliation and a belief in the need to be inclusive and open to all communities. As a white/straight man, he will share his evolution from ignorant privilege to a deep understanding and acceptance of transgender and LGBT people. Jim is a graduate of the Samuel DeWitt Procter School of Theology at Virginia Union University. He is a certified candidate for ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church. He currently works as a historian and archivist aboard MCB Quantico and serves as a chaplain intern for the VA.
Are you new to Unitarian Universalism? Do you want to know more about our Fellowship? Are you interested in becoming a member? We have a class that will help you with these questions, and more–UU101. This quarterly class will be held on Feb. 26 at the Fellowship after the worship service from 12:30-3:00 pm. Lunch will be provided at noon, you are welcome to join us.
UU 101 covers topics such as the history of Unitarian Universalism, how to get involved in activities and programs, requirements of membership, governance of this Fellowship, and how to become a contributing congregant. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet newcomers like yourself and share your respective religious/spiritual journeys in a safe and positive setting.
To register for the class, please click here for the online registration form, or email Nancy Michael, our Office Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be included. Let us know if you need child care. It will be great to get to know you better!