Our Universalist Roots and Branches

 

About this Sunday’s morning assembly:

A sermon focusing on roots and branches of Universalism starting with John Murray, who came to believe in Universalism in England. He came to America in 1770 and preached the first sermon on universal salvation in a chapel built by local farmer Thomas Potter, and subsequent spread of Universalism up until the present time.

We welcome to our pulpit this morning the Rev. Kalen Fristad. He has been a United Methodist minister for more than 39 years, is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship, and is President of the Christian Universalist Association. He and his wife, Darlene have traveled extensively, speaking at churches, proclaiming the hopeful message of Universalism and countering the teaching that many people will suffer for eternity in hell.  Kalen has written a book on Universalism, entitled Destined for Salvation: God’s Promise to Save Everyone, and a Study Book with the same title. His books, CDs and DVDs are available for purchase after the morning assembly.

 

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