A fun midcentury Universalist Church pamphlet

This is a follow up to my blog post about a mid-century Universalist Church logo. I’m guessing it’s from the 1950s, but I don’t have any details about it. Got it years ago, and realized that it would be unfamiliar to many of my readers.



Author: Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

One thought on “A fun midcentury Universalist Church pamphlet”

  1. I had never before seen the Kingdom of God rephrased as the “Kingdom of the Good Life”. Not a phrasing I could particularly agree with it (feels like a commercial for a Disney resort). But a very interesting snapshot of a specific community, in a specific place and time. I also find it interesting that a more Humanistic Universalism has its focus on a “Universal Human Brotherhood”. This last piece, is an idea that possibly deserves to be re-examined and re-used in our context of globalization and human civilization.

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