NAME : Rev Dr Barry T. WhittemoreCURRENT POSITION : First Universalist Church of Camp Hill, AL
ADDRESS INFORMATION :Email: [email] (preferred contact)firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (205)639-3600Mailing address:
1004 81st Street, South Birmingham, AL 35206-4522VITAE IN BRIEF: MDiv, The Divinity School at Duke University
MA, DA (Appalachian History) Carnegie Mellon U, MS Radford U, BA Virginia TechSAMPLE SERMON/PROGRAM TOPICS:
- Liberal Religion defined,
- UU History topics,
- UU identity, noted ability to link appropriate topics to Biblical sources,
- Universalism in AppalachiaAVAILABILITY:
X______ Contact directly for available dates in 2009-10.
[We know that ministers serving congregations full-time have few extra Sundays available.]
_______ Not available during the 2009-10 church year.
Not available to churches with “open pulpits”/churches in searchFEE NOTES: $200 Sunday worship/sermon,. Requests travel and other expenses covered. [$200 for Sunday presentation, plus travel/accommodation expenses, is the expected standard.]
DATE THIS INFO SENT: February 26, 2009
EXTRA NOTES/REFERENCES: UU Heritage and Values Lecturer at the Mountain School for Congregational Leadership, 2003-2008; available to do workshops also for an additional fee.
In the MSD I have preached at congregations in Oxford, MS, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Huntsville, and Camp Hill, AL, and Columbus, GA
UU Minister Ten years of UU preaching experience. Former Heritage and Values Lecturer at the Mountain School for Congregational Leadership. UU history as relates to current issues; covenant and/or mission; theological issues (God, prayer, authority, polity, the Bible, etc); religious liberalism and UU identity, etc. Besides Sunday services, can do workshops up to three hours on UU Heritage and Values or Love, Justice, Wisdom. Shorter ones also, e.g., Minor Prophets and Major Issues. Storyteller and Appalachian Historian also �