Speaker: Bob Ford

Spirituality

What is the difference between being religious and being spiritual? We will look at inspiring thoughts of spiritual leaders. There will be suggestions to help on your spiritual journey. Music will include: Rimsky-Korsakov, Massenet and Eva Cassidy.

Coffee and conversation will take place after the service, … read more.

President US Grant

In honor of President’s Day Bob Ford will present President Ulysses S. Grant. Grant was a man who went from obscurity to the military genius of the Civil War. As the Republic’s most famous citizen he became our 18th President. During his presidency the Ku … read more.

The History and Meaning of Christmas

Please join us this Sunday to when Bob Ford presents The History and Meaning of Christmas.

The month and season of Jesus’s birth is unknown, so why is Christmas celebrated on December 25th? The Christmas we enjoy today has a complicated history of the traditions of Christmas … read more.

Sleep: Essential for a Healthier Happy Life

Please join us for this morning’s worship service presented by Bob Ford, Sleep: Essential for a Healthier Happy Life.  A good night’s sleep is as important as the air we breathe and the water we drink. We will look at: What makes us sleepy? Where … read more.

President Woodrow Wilson

In honor of Presidents’ Day, Bob Ford will present the service President Woodrow Wilson. Besides being our President during World War I, he signed the 19th Amendment that granted women the right to vote in 1920. Wilson won the Nobel Peace Prize for promoting the League … read more.

Courage

What does it mean to have courage? Bob Ford will share some examples of courage from Socrates to Malala. Stories of courage can tell us how a single life lived for a purpose can make a difference.

Human Folly

Location: 190 W. Winter St.

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Humanism

Location: Historic Campbell Home, 190 W. Winter St. What does it mean to be a Humanist? Did you know that Humanism emerged from American Unitarianism? We will look at the humanist thinking of the past from the Chinese philosopher Confucius to the French Enlightenment philosopher Voltaire. We will also look at the insights of humanists from