Sermon Topic – September 25, 2016 11 AM
Many people are drawn to UUism because it is a faith that values intellectual freedom. However, those who are seeking a spiritual connection are sometimes hard pressed to find it in our congregations. How can our liberal faith balance the needs of those who want both their mind stimulated and their spirit fed? Is there a place in our congregations where both intellectual and spiritual freedoms can coexist?
Presented By Rev. Sherman Z Logan Jr.
About the guest minister:
Rev. Sherman Z Logan Jr. is the Assistant Minister at the UU Church of Richmond, Virginia. He earned his BA at the University of Virginia and Master of Divinity from Virginia Union University.
Prior to joining the staff of First UU of Richmond, he served as Associate Minister of the Trinity Baptist Church. He received ministerial fellowship from the Unitarian Universalist Association in 2014. He lives in Sandston, Virginia with his wife, Franka. They have five adult children, four grandchildren and two Jack Russell terriers.