Reverend Carlton Pearson, whose dramatic and moving story was featured on NPR recently (and this blog), will be the featured speaker at the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship’s eighth Revival conference, to be held in Tulsa on March 26-29. This conference welcomes non-Christians and Christians of all types, whether or not they are Unitarian-Universalist.
The theme is Jesus’ Gospel of Inclusion: The Future of Our Churches, Our Lives, Our World. Rev. Lillie Mae Henley, of Universalist National Memorial Church, will lead a communion service; Rev. Jonalu Johnstone, of First Unitarian Church, Oklahoma City, will lead a prayer and healing service; UUCF President Rev. Kathleen Rolenz, of West Shore UU Church, will lead a baptism service; and there will be a taize service, among others.
Other presenters include Rev. Tom Schade, Rev. Kelly Murphy-Mason, Rev. Melinda Foster, Rev. Janet Parachin, UUCF Board member Peg Bartel, Linda Ford, Rev. Nancy Claire Pittman, Rev. Ron Robinson, Rev. Melanie Morel-Ensminger, Barbara Schneeberg, Rev. Susan Smith, Rev. Thom Belote, Rev. Gerald Davis, and Rev. Tamara Lebak.
Hat tip to The Liberal Christian.