Jamestown, N.Y. – Retired Presbyterian minister Angus Watkins is a frequent guest preacher at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown (UUCJ). He will deliver the message next at the 10:30 a.m. virtual service on Sunday, February 6.
Watkins will address the congregation on “How Much Are We Evolving Today?” He will look at revisiting a model for understanding our development as individuals, organizations, and society.
The sermon most closely relates to the sixth of the seven Principles that Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote: The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.
A graduate of Ohio’s Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, Watkins received his master’s of divinity degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He lived outside Ashville, N.Y., in North Harmony Township for over 25 years with his wife, Anne, who is a member of the UUCJ. They recently moved back to their native Buffalo area.
For those who are interested, an optional virtual coffee hour in breakout rooms follows the service.
Because of COVID-19 concerns, UUCJ Sunday services are remaining virtual instead of returning to 1255 Prendergast Avenue. Anyone is welcome to participate with the link at UUJamestown.org/calendar.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown is a progressive, liberal religious community serving the southern tier of Western New York and Warren County, Pa. The UUCJ’s mission is to promote and provide a community where diverse people of all ages may explore the meaning of existence, give expression to liberal religious values, and work for a just, sustainable society.