On most Sundays during the church year, we offer Sunday Forums before service in lower Gage Hall.  The Forum provides members and friends of the Unitarian Church in Charleston with thought-provoking talks and discussion sessions, mainly on topics of general interest but also on topics pertinent to the church.  They occur from 10:00-10:50 a.m.   Childcare is available in the Annex.  Please check the Forum schedule or see Sunday’s list of activities for further details.

By attending the Sunday morning programs members and friends of the church make the program worthwhile. It is especially helpful when attendees recommend speakers.  Simon Lewis runs the program and is always open to ideas and/or volunteers to help!  He can be reached at: lewiss@cofc.edu.

Upcoming Forums:

 

Sunday, March 4

“Bee keeping in Cameroon: Confessions of a Peace Corps Mom,” Nancy Simpson, Member

Ever wonder about bee keeping? Africa? The Peace Corps? Nancy will present her experiences from last summer’s visit to Cameroon where she worked the bees with her Peace Corps daughter. Nancy is a long-time church member, born and bred Universalist, psychology professor and Journey Beekeeper. She and her husband live on a hobby farm where he rides horses and she milks goats, makes fabulous cheese and tends her bees. A Green Sanctuary Forum.

Sunday, March 11

“Loving Us to Death?” Kristopher King, Executive Director of the Preservation Society of Charleston

Our guest speaker will discuss some of the critical issues preservation advocates face in contemporary Charleston.

Sunday, March 18 UU Authors Redux

Four local UU authors will offer brief readings from recently published works. Will Moredock, Mason Olds, Ellen Hyatt, and John Preston are long-time Unitarians and authors whose lives and writings are as eclectic as their religious beliefs. Their work includes fiction, poetry, and essays. Sunday, March 25 “The Structure of the Universe,” Jon Hakkila Dr. Jon Hakkila is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at the College of Charleston.

Sunday, March 25 TBD