Nearly 20% of our Lumpkin County neighbors are in poverty. Let’s take a closer look at the relationship between socioeconomics and religion. Please bring in food items to donate.
Rev. Charlotte Arsenault
Unitarian Universalists have strong opinions about the role and identity of both Jesus and God, but what of the Holy Spirit? Is there a place for it within our movement? There will be a Potluck following the service.
Our worship theme this month is transformation. What transformational event has changed your life? It is also our annual Flower Service so please bring a flower (or two!) to share. There will be a Second Hour sermon talk-back directly following the service.
Honoring the 50th Anniversary of MLK Jr.’s assassination we recognize the movements transforming our world today through the power of persistent civil disobedience and how our legacy as UUs plays into it. There will be a Second Hour sermon talk-back following the service.
The company “23andme” makes finding our ancestry easier. What happens, though, when our true story bumps up against our inherited story? Our second hour focuses on your contrasting stories. We also will joyfully dedicate Charlie Manganelli!
Using a spiritual practice by the name of Lectio Divina, we will engage in better understanding what spiritual resources present to us on the worship theme of the month–hospitality.
As we honor Veterans Day, we are reminded that each of us carries our own incredible history. What will become of your story? What will your legacy be?
In honor of Halloween we will discuss how our fears have the power to either hold us back or drive us forward in life. You’re invited to come dressed in your halloween finest!
Everyone’s favorite neighbor was actually an ordained Presbyterian minister! Explore how he lived out his faith through his work with children and what we as UUs can gain from his example. During the service we will have a “Back Pack Blessing” ceremony to send our … read more.
This “question box” service gives a chance to ask questions about the past, present, and future of our Unitarian Universalist movement.
The Rev. Dawn Skjei Cooley believes that UUs are called to “Love the Hell Out of the World.” Former minister of First Unitarian in … read more.