Although we will be beginning our new church year online, on August 16 we will kick-off our 2nd hour MCY and Adult Enrichment offerings that will run throughout the church year (even after we re-open and return to in-person services). From 11:15 – 12 Noon … read more.
Author: Dave Dunn
I don’t need to tell you all that we are in unchartered waters. You’ve all likely read or researched many of the “what to do, what not to do” articles, blogs, websites, etc. I do not intend to cover that information here and I … read more.
On Friday, September 20, over a dozen UUMANites showed up at the Georgia State Capitol to participate in the Global Climate Strike. This strike, inspired by the Swedish16-year-old Greta Thunburg, was held around the world and led primarily by youth. In August 2018, Ms. Thunburg … read more.
Unless you’ve been living on some other planet since last December, you’ve likely heard countless reports about the reconstruction efforts in our Fellowship Hall basement.
A December flooding necessitated that we engage with a professional restoration and cleanup company. Flooring, lower portions of the drywall and … read more.
May 5, 2019 is a landmark anniversary for Unitarian Universalists. It will be the 200th anniversary of a seminal sermon given by Rev. William Ellery Channing, minister of Boston’s Federal Street Church. This sermon, entitled “Unitarian Christianity,” acknowledged the liberal split from Congregational churches and … read more.
Teen fiction writer and critic Kokoso Jackson was often hired by book publishers as a “sensitivity reader” to identify books that might be insensitive to particular communities. As part of his work, he tweeted, “Stories about the civil rights movement should be written by black … read more.
Did you know that Georgia is one of only three states to implement admissions bans of undocumented persons in public higher education? (Alabama and South Carolina join us in esteemed company.)
Did you know that Georgia would lose about $24 million in tax dollars annually if … read more.
Yes…it’s a mouthful!!! It can cause your eyes to glaze over!!! ?
On December 8 and January 9 we kicked off our visioning process which engaged over 70 UUMAN members. (That’s a wonderful turnout!) These sessions initiated discussions on our values and covenant. There is more … read more.
I’ve never done a sermon series before, but in case you didn’t know, we’ve been doing one this fall. The arc of my most recent sermons here have focused on reflecting what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist; what it means to belong, to … read more.
We have a lot of irons in the fire when it comes to UUMAN’s Justice Ministry. There are many ways to be involved: donating food and clothing, donating funds, providing hospitality, being an ally, being an advocate or just showing up.
Here’s a quick summary of … read more.