Program for Sunday, February 23, 2020
Several years ago, Beth Avery of the Chatham Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, designed and had printed a bumper sticker advertising that congregation with the legend “Make a UU Turn!.” This program tries to tease out what the words mean in the context of the ongoing UU movement. Reverend Robinson’s sermon is part of Nauset Fellowship’s ongoing series exploring what Unitarian Universalism means to us and might mean to those interested in joining the fellowship congregation.
Reverend Edmund Robinson recently retired from the position of minister of the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, Chatham, after eleven and half years there. He has also served congregations in Staten Island, NY and Wakefield and Belmont, MA. Before entering the ministry, he was a trial lawyer in South Carolina. He lives in Brewster with his wife Jacqueline Schwab, awaiting the next turn of events in his life.