Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel explores the role of women, the dangers of giving up freedoms, and how hope survives. How do these relate to our present world and our faith?
Rev. Charlotte Arsenault
UNG Prof. Dr. Awad Awad will join Rev. Charlotte in a discussion about what it was like to grow up as a Muslim in the United States. A sermon reflection will follow.
As many return to school, let us explore the gift and burden of opening your mind to education. Please bring backpacks or briefcases for a blessing.
Come celebrate our faith’s commitment to radical diversity and conclusion. Bring a small container of water to share in our annual Water Communion ceremony.
How do healthy relationships function? When do we persevere or throw in the towel? This multi-voice service will celebrate the diversity of relationships in our lives.
Back by popular demand! Do you have queries about theology or Unitarian Universalism that need answering? Bring your curiosity to this Q & A style service.
The Beatles left a spirit-filled legacy through their songs. Come join us for this musical service that will end with a Potluck.
We will explore our most important task as Unitarian Universalists. What is our purpose and how do we know we are accomplishing it? There will be a sermon reflection during our Second Hour program.
Despite modern technology providing endless opportunities for connection, a sense of isolation lingers. What is the cure for what Kurt Vonnegut calls “the terrible disease of loneliness?” Father’s Day BBQ will follow the service.
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.