Larry Taylor

“The Power of Transcendentalism”

Larry will communicate his understanding of transcendentalism, a 19th century movement associated with intellectual Boston Unitarians.  Its most famous exponents included Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.

An Appreciation of the Music of Bob Dylan

We will be treated to an entirely musical service, featuring songs by Bob Dylan, some sung by Brandi, some by the congregation, and some by others.

“What Can We Learn from Creation Myths?”

Larry Taylor is a retired professor of mathematics and computer science.  He has been a member of our Fellowship for over 40 years.  His theme is that classical religious creation myths can, when compared with the scientific story, illustrate by their very shortcomings some hints about the nature of reality.