Join us as we explore the potential for understanding and forgiveness–of ourselves and across the generations–and the spirituality inherent in imperfection.
Speaker: Bruce Langston
In a world where it seems we are overloaded with information, lots of seemingly bad news, and worries about our future, can we find more joy more often in our lives?
Sermon video (YouTube)
The waters we are navigating require us to be our best selves. In addition to the many helpful actions, a lot of hubris is on display. Why might an approach of humility be the most appropriate in moving forward together? Humble pie is a deep … read more.
Though she lived almost 1000 years ago, Hildegard of Bingen, Saint and Doctor of the Church, feels contemporary! Not content simply to be Benedictine abbess, she was also a philosopher, mystic, playwright, composer, environmentalist and a proponent of the Divine Feminine. What does she call … read more.
Join us for the official start of our church year with our annual multigenerational Ingathering Service. Bring your actual or symbolic waters of summer to be mingled with those of other UUMAN members of years past.
History is the great truth teller, yet we’ve allowed history of our democracy and the role liberal religion has played in it be wrested away by those who want to claim it for themselves. How did we take our eyes off the prize? What were … read more.
Guest speaker Brenda Lopez, Georgia State Representative from district 99 explains the legal scenario many undocumented immigrants face in Georgia. What actions have other churches in our region taken? UUMAN stands on the side of love, are we committed to working to provide refuge to … read more.
Check back for details about this upcoming Faith in Action service.
Service Description: North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) offers food, clothing, educational and social service assistance to thousands of local families in need each year. A few members of UUMAN are currently volunteering there on a regular basis. How can we take it to the next … read more.
We gather in our churches and in our congregations as a direct result of those who’ve gone before – those who gave their time, talent and treasure
so that they, and you, might be able to grow and flourish not just anywhere …. but here … … read more.