Blessed Be the Fruit

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?

Eye of the Storm: Creating a Life After the Peace Corps

Josh learned Filipino culture, lived amidst extreme poverty, and survived a typhoon. Reshaping his image of himself and the world, they set him toward UU ministry. Josh Gentry is a seminary student at Emory.

Celebrating LGBTQ+ History

In this service we will share what it was like to be LGBTQ+ throughout various generations and how our faith has been welcoming and affirming. A sermon reflection will follow.


Growing Up Muslim in the US

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.


For the Beauty of the Earth

A musical, story-telling, and poetic service under the morning sky celebrating the great outdoors. There will be services at the church campout and at the church.

Vasalia and Her Quest for Fire

GMUUC actors of all ages will tell the tale of a young woman who kindles her spirit when she faces her fears. Followed by a ritual celebrating our beloved dead and a potluck.