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Rev. Will Humphrey — Autumnal Equinox Service

September 24 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Sunday Service — 10:30 a.m.

Leader — Jen Gibson

Speaker — Rev. Will Humphrey

Title — Autumnal Equinox Service

Join us at the home of Joan and Reed Richmond for an Autumnal Equinox Service.
Come early to enjoy a continental breakfast provided by the Board.
Breakfast to start at 10am with service beginning at 10:30am.

Please follow the instructions below for parking.

We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

Google map address: 1009 Bangorville Rd Bellville, Ohio 44813

Instructions for church service parking (because no room in the house driveway): 
Park on Bangorville Road side of our property. The gate is across the road from the trailer at 1009 Bangorville Rd. Bellville OH 44813, so entering that into one’s maps app will probably be the easiest thing to do. 

It’s not supposed to rain, so just park in rows in the grass inside the gate. We have a golf cart and will ferry anyone who’d find the 500-foot walk to the house a challenge. For most, it’s slightly uphill, but not so much that it is at all difficult. 

A continental breakfast will be provided by the church board.
Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on.

We look forward to seeing you at this outdoor service.

We would like to thank Joan and Reed for opening up their home for this service.

Bio — Serving as our part-time parish minister, he was ordained with us and has served us since 2015. Rev. Will is also the settled minister of East Shore UU Church. Rev Will is active with anti-racism work within Knox, Richland, and Wayne Counties and throughout the state; he works with the Heritage Universalist groups, including the Universalist Convocation, and Rev. Will is active within the Central East Region’s Summer Institute, serving on the ministry/chaplain team for the past four years. Passionate about liberation theological perspectives and eco-feminism, Rev. Will advocates for LGBTQ+ rights, anti-racism and economic justice, affirming the worth and dignity of each person, fighting for justice, equity, and compassion in human relations. Rev. Will believes that “the foundation of our faith, as Unitarian Universalists, is the Love that we live in our interactions and our daily Social Justice work.

*Masks are requested in the building*


September 24
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Meadow Rise Farm
6991 Renie Road
Bellville, 44813 United States
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