Sermons and Services
Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 10:00a.m. - The Dignity of a Good Death (And other fun conversations) - A Live Streamed Service with Rev. Charlie Tyler and Rev. Dick Hood.
Dick and Charlie will team up for an open dialog on what is often life's most difficult discussion.
Sunday, Marcy 21, 2021 at 10:00a.m. - "Treating People with Dementia with Dignity" A Live Streamed Service Featuring Debbie Anderson (Community Education Director 'Memory Matters.')
Memory Matters’ Sensitivity Training Program increases awareness of special needs of individuals living with mild to moderate forms of dementia and their caregivers. Attendees will learn effective interaction strategies specific to their environment, i.e. home, church, and other public places. Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common type of dementia, often with unrecognized onset years before symptoms appear. Recognizing and understanding behaviors associated with dementia, and treating the person with dignity and respect, can be key to becoming a congregation sensitive to their needs.
A Brief Bio of Debbie Anderson:
Debbie Anderson is the Community Education Director at Memory Matters, providing
educational presentations and trainings in the Lowcountry. Debbie is also a Certified Dementia
Dialogues Trainer through the University of South Carolina. Her career experiences include
corporate trainer, hospice educator, support group facilitator, hospital chaplain intern, and
college student adviser. In addition, Debbie is a Martha Beck-certified Life Coach, a certified
customer service facilitator (The Customer®), and holds a degree in Organizational Leadership
from LaGrange College, GA.
Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 10:00a.m. - "Dignity - Theirs, Yours, Mine, and Ours" A Live Streamed Service with Rev. Dick Hood.
What makes dignity? It depends on your perspective.
The service is viewable at the following link:
Sunday, March 7, 2021 at 10:00a.m. - "Replacing Me with We." a live streamed service with Rev. Neal Jones.
The insurrection at our Capitol on January 6th was a graphic reminder of the fragility of democracy, even American democracy. But the threat runs deeper than politics and ideology. It is spiritual. It's the inability to put the common good before self-interest.
A Brief Bio of Neal:
Rev. Dr. Neal R. Jones is a psychologist at the Pisgah Institute in Asheville. Born and raised in
North Carolina, he earned his B.A. from Wake Forest University, his M.Div. from Southeastern
Seminary, and his Psy.D. from Baylor University. He has served as pastor to five congregations in North and South Carolina, Texas, and Pennsylvania, most recently at Main Line Unitarian Church near Philly and the UU Congregation of Columbia, SC. He also serves as the chair of the national Board of Trustees of Americans United for Separation of Church & State. Rev. Dr. Jones teaches and practices a spirituality of personal wholeness, relational respect, and social justice.
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