As reproductive justice is on the ballot this November, actively taking part in the election is especially important. Our denomination has provided many tools for us to use, providing an answer for those of us wishing we knew what to do.
Speaker: Amanda Bralley
Groveway Community Group is an organization in the heart of Roswell that has been here for over 80 years, serving unmet – but important – needs. Groveway Community is an historically Black community in Roswell that dates back to the 1800’s.
Gail Bohanan will talk about the history of the community, some from personal experience, and of the organization. This service provides a unique opportunity for us to learn our history from a different perspective.
Join us for our annual Rites of Passage service. We will honor our Coming of Age youth as they bridge to Youth Group and our senior Youth as the bridge to Young Adults.
A “Mulligan” in golf is a do-over. It’s your chance to, without penalty, try again when your shot goes into the next fairway, into an unforgiving patch of poison ivy, etc. This is a very good rule. How can we apply this to our work at UUMAN?
Might there be a common essence to everything? Might there be a common denominator? Is it energy? Matter? Dark Matter? Suffering? Fear? Love?
What does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist? This question gets asked a lot, by newcomers and long-time UUs alike! As UUs, we encourage each other’s spiritual development as we search for truth and meaning. Our lay leader this week, Amanda Bralley, will share what being UU means to her, and some of our members will share their thoughts, too, so come join us on YouTube as we explore what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
As Unitarian Universalists, do we have a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy regarding our personal and communal theologies? Each year we ask our Coming of Age students to share their belief statements. Are we willing to share our own…and just what do we believe anyway?
This will be a livestream service, available to view at our YouTube channel:
(This Harvest Moon Service Auction sermon was purchased by Carla Kapeskas.)
Ayanna recently got diagnosed with ADHD. In this service, she will mark this amazing moment as well as talk about the difference it makes in her life and how she had all of the skills/tools needed to use her ADHD brain but was working with the wrong operating manual, so to speak.
An Episcopalian educator infiltrates a small UU church’s religious education program for children and youth and captures everyone’s heart just in time for her exit.
Testimonials and Bible stories included.
Welcoming Day of Observance: Stonewall Riots Anniversary