I have been meaning to try and get down there for the meetups, but
it's a bad night for me. My wife is still somewhat religious and we
have talked several times about coming down with our two young
daughters to check out the Unitarian service.
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 4:51 AM, Chuck Berry <[address removed]> wrote:
> At 5/18/[masked]:39 AM, Tim Havener wrote:
> I had the pleasure of meeting some folks from the Recovering From
> Religion group at one of the after parties for the Reason Rally. The
> way Teresa was treated by some of her former parishioners was
> absolutely appalling. The atheist community came to her support and
> showed her more love and compassion than any church member.
> A few months ago I shared my own deconversion story on youtube and I
> have been humbled by the responses from others who have come out of
> faith as I did and have felt alone through the process. I was a
> pastor's kid and a volunteer missionary and lived a life of faith for
> 25 years.
> Here is my story: http://www.youtub...
> WOW, Tim! Thank you for sharing! If you sent this before, I missed it, and
> I regret it. I admire your eloquence (no notes, even!) and will get back to
> you. Please come to Nittany Freethought and/or the Unitarian Universalist
> Fellowship in State College and meet lots of Kindred Spirits.
> - - Chuck
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