“Roundtrip”

Fritz Williams tells a short story which revolves around a dream in which he, as an Ethical Culture leader, meets a much younger version of himself when he was an Episcopal priest.

Fritz Williams is Leader Emeritus of the Baltimore Ethical Society, and he and his wife Belva remain long-distance members. In his retirement, he has turned his creative energy toward writing fiction and poetry. After graduating from Muhlenberg College and Philadelphia Lutheran Theological Seminary, he worked as parish priest in the Episcopal Church between 1962 and 1968. From 1970 to 2000, he wrote and produced documentaries and educational programs at public television stations in Harrisburg, PA, and Detroit, MI. His service as Leader of the Baltimore Ethical Society began when he was working in Detroit and continued after his retirement from public television.

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