One man's journey from the Southern Baptist Church to self-realization and happiness.
This month's theme: Taboos
Speaker: James Mack
James Mack was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised Southern Baptist. In high school, he was president of the Bible Club. He went to a Southern Baptist University to become a preacher, but when he came out in his early 20’s he moved to New York City and began a career in men's fashion. Several years later, he moved to Cape Cod, opened a bed and breakfast, and discovered Unitarian Universalism. He met his future husband Jon Arterton in the UU choir there, and the two have been singing together ever since. For a decade he served as a chaplain with the UU Meeting House of Provincetown, performing weddings and commitment ceremonies. He and his husband now divide their time between St. Petersburg, Florida, and Brevard.
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