About

I’m Rev. Anthony Makar, Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta in Georgia. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, I moved to Texas in my early teens and have lived in the United States ever since. Before entering the ministry, I taught philosophy for eight years at Blinn College in Bryan, Texas.

Personal passions include figure skating, tennis, and ballroom dancing.

Before being called to serve the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, I was the founding pastor of Pathways Church in Southlake, Texas. Some Unitarian Universalists may be familiar with Pathways, as it was the UUA’s controversial first attempt at planting a “rapid-start large church.”

9 thoughts on “About

  1. hey! I didn’t know you had a blog – welcome to the world of uu blogging rev. david – Kinsi (I’m also at UUCA, give you a hint, the really tall big guy who almost broke your hand shaking it one day and likes DDR 🙂

  2. “Tip of the hat to you, sir.”

    Yes. Top of the mornin’ to ya. Nice to see you back from the front, old Top.

    I don’t know what that means in this context. But it’s fun to say nonetheless.

  3. Hey there! Eric Miller had some old pictures of all of us from the Blinn College Woodstone days and we all were wondering what happened to you. We googled you and viola! Glad to see that all is well. Love reading the blog.

    Hope all is well and it’s great to see you online.

    Sue Slowey

  4. Dear Sir,
    I am a student from St Bonaventures RC Secondary School and I am currently doing my I.T. GCSE’s. I am writing to you so I can obtain your word of consent in order for me to use the following image, cyberbullying.gif for my i.t project. I am promise not to use it for commercial purposes.

    Thank You for reading and I am sorry for any inconvenience this message may have caused.

    Yours Faithfully,
    Tobi Okusanya

  5. I just discovered your blog through a Facebook link to your “Hurried Family” sermon. Loved it!! Keep up the GREAT work!!

  6. I found you by searching google for your dad’s name. I remember him and your mom well, and I remember you and your brother Robert a bit as well. Your dad delivered two of my sisters in Peace River and I remember him and your mom so fondly. They both spoke of you kids with so much love and pride even then. I will never forget them and their many kindnesses, whenever we went to your home you could see the love they had for eachother. I hope that life has treated you well, and was so very sorry to hear about both of them passing on. My mom and my husband of 30 years recently joined them in November. Mom is making them both holopchi and pedaheh I am certain of it!

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