Sunday mornings at 9:30 we invite everybody in the near and far community to hear invited guests talk about interesting subjects (like contemporary moral issues, world religious news, applied discoveries and science), and to discuss with them how the topic fits into our liberal religious lives.
Come join us for an easy weekly dose of Adult Religious Education!
Peruse the posts below for a sampling of past Sunday Forums.
- Summer Sunday Forum ~ 30 july 2017 ~ 9:30 am - Black & White: On Race in Chattanooga Khristy Wilkinson Chair of the Hamilton County Democratic Party
- Summer Sunday Forum ~ 23 july 2017 ~ 9:30 am - Black & White: On Race in Chattanooga Sherman Matthews Unity Group of Chattanooga The Unity Group was first organized in Read More
- Summer Sunday Forum ~ 16 July 2017 ~ 9:30 am - Black & White: On Race in Chattanooga Michael Gilliland COA leader The mission of Chattanooga Organized for Action is to Read More
- Summer Sunday Forum ~ 9 July 2017 ~ 9:30 am - UUCC's Sunday Services committee is planning a summer talk & discussion Forum series 'upstairs' called "Black & White: on race Read More
- Sunday Forum ~ June 4, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - "We Do Our Part:Toward a Fairer and More Equal America" Frank Caperton leads review and discussion of book by Charles Read More
- Forum ~ May 28, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - Philip Bredesen's Ideas for Building a Sustainable Health Care System Blake Moore presents the former governor's ideas outlined in Read More
- Forum ~ May 21, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - Are campuses safe for freedom of speech? Frank Caperton will present a video and facilitate a discussion.
- Forum ~ May 14, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - American's Great African-American Migration Presented by Frank Caperton: Consideration of Isabel Wilkerson's Pulitzer Prize winning "The Warmth of Other Suns".
- Forum ~ May 7, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - The Political, the Personal, and Repeating History if You Don't Remember It! Presented by Mimi Kennedy, actress, social justice activist Read More
- Forum ~ April 30, 2017 ~ 9:30 am - UUA Declaration of Conscience: A Call to Action Judith Pedersen-Benn, chair of UUCC's Social Justice Committee, will lead a Read More