What to Expect

We value diversity in our worship services.  As a lay-led congregation, we have a variety of services.  We are fortunate to have some excellent guest speakers / ministers who join us on a regular basis.

Holley Ulbrich, a professor emerita of economics at Clemson University, a 2003 graduate (Master of Theological Studies) of Emory University’s Candler School of Theology, and a member of the UU Fellowship of Clemson, South Carolina She is the author of The Fellowship Movement: A Growth Strategy and Its Legacy (Skinner House, 2008).

Our Fellowship is happy to have her speak seveal times a year.

Visit her article in the UU World

Dr. Edward FrostDr. Edward Frost was with us once-a-month for several years. He is Senior Minister Emeritus of the UU Congregation of Atlanta  where he served from 1989 to his retirement in 2005.  Following graduation from seminary, Dr. Frost received degrees from Boston University and Meadville/Lombard at the University of Chicago.  He is the father of three adult children and four grandchildren.

Visit his blog for sermons and more at edwardsfrostings.com

 Rev. Jean Rowe

Rev. Jean Rowe has spoken often for us.  Rev. Jean and her husband, Lackey Rowe, moved to Brevard in 2005 from Memphis, where she was the first minister of Neshoba Unitarian Universalist Church for 13 years. Before that she served as minister of the UU Church of Little Rock for  nine years. She loves to hike in the mountains, paint, and cook.  She serves as volunteer choir director for the Brevard UUs, and is Consulting Minister for the Thermal Belt UU Fellowship in Tryon, NC
Rev. Tom Typre

Rev. Tom Tyre has worked as a facilitator for the UUA’s Beyond Categorical Thinking program for the past thirteen years. The program is designed to help congregations work through issues regarding calling minority individuals as ministers. This work has taken Tom to large and small congregations in all parts of the country, from storefront churches in Texas to the grand old UU cathedrals in New England.

Tom also works as a community development specialist at the Southwestern North Carolina Planning Commission and sits on the board of Mountain Mediation Services. He is a folk musician, visual artist, and an ordained interfaith minister. He and his “spousal equivalent”, Andy, live with their dog Ozzie in the Nantahala National Forest in Macon County, North Carolina.  Watch Tom and his band "Deep Woods Frolic" at the Fellowship on YouTube.