Speaker: Dr. Christopher Bell

Minimizing Microaggressions

Dr. Christopher Bell returns to the Davies pulpit to offer crystal clear advice on how to avoid making the microaggressions and other slights that are the result of implicit bias and what he names “white superiority syndrome.” Join us onsite or online (… read more.

In Praise of Humanism

We continue our bimonthly series of Tuesday evening worship experiences with a service devoted to Humanism. Join us as members Liz Echols and Dr. Christopher Bell help us explore the beauties of Humanism and consider what it means to “worship” in a Unitarian Universalist setting. … read more.

Anticipating Kwanzaa

With the complex variety of year-end religious holidays upon us, Dr. Christopher Bell looks ahead to Kwanzaa and its relationship to seasonal observances in cultures around the world. An author and the co-founder of ADORE (A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity), Dr. Bell lifts up … read more.

The Prodigal Son

Dr. Christopher Bell returns to the pulpit to explore the untold side of this familiar Bible story. Is it possible this beloved parable is as much about parents – and their possible failings – as it is about their children? We’ll investigate and see what might be … read more.

Forward to the Fourth

What does America’s “4th of July” celebration mean to you: to your sense of freedom, pride, and  patriotic obligations; to your aspirations; to your discomfort, suspicion, and fear? Dr. Christopher Bell returns to the Davies pulpit to explore these questions and more as we approach … read more.