December Speakers



December 3, 2017

Rev. Brock Leach, a UU Minister
Liberal Religion and Empowerment
But the heart of liberalism is empowerment— individually and collectively. What would it mean to exercise that power to create our future?


December 10, 2017

Bob Benner, a father, farmer, educator writer, artist, traveler, entrepreneur.
Getting to Know You
Questions posed to open links of communication.


December 17, 2017

Dr. Tom Hibberd, a member of NCUU and a clinical psychologist in private practice in Inverness.
Pagan Traditions of Christmas
We explore what are the pagan elements of the Christmas holiday and their meaning.


December 24, 2017

Presented by NCUU members
Christmas Eve Service
Christmas is for Everyone
Combines our traditional Christmas Candlelight Service with our Sunday Service; there will be only ONE Service
on Dec. 24th — there will be no morning service.
The service speaks to how Unitarian Universalists view Christmas. We include UU readings, pagan readings, Christian readings and Christian music.


December 31,2017

Rev. Kalen Fristad, a Methodist minister.
Our Universalist Roots and Branches
Universalism as it relates to John Murray and Thomas Potter, the American colonies, and from then to the present


All Sunday Services begin at 10:30 AM.

Please join us after the service for coffee and refreshments followed by a “Talkback Q&A Session” with our speaker.