These are trying times as our nation is turned upside-down in the face of coronavirus and it’s more important than ever to care for that ethereal part of ourselves that longs for connection and transcendence. How are those on the front lines of this medical crisis caring for their spirits, and how can we draw lessons from them for our own lives?
Speaker: Rev. Kim Palmer
Guest Speaker: Kim Palmer
Service Description: Seeking spiritual renewal, what might we find by reflecting on the surroundings and activities in which we find ourselves? And what lessons does it bring for living?
Join us as we explore where we fit into the planet’s environmental health as individuals and a community. Green living is often seen as a way to live into our principles and may even be considered a moral obligation but it’s also more than that. … read more.
In our changing awareness of language, how can we be sensitive to people who are powerless, stigmatized, or marginalized? Where do we draw the line between basic respect and the overreach of political correctness? Come explore these issues around word choice and why it matters.
It’s a beautiful, hot, Fourth of July Weekend, so come spend a part of it with your UU friends at UUMAN. This Sunday’s service includes words from Kim Palmer, beginning with the challenge of an assignment given her at Candler School of Theology, a United … read more.
In the wake of the sudden loss of our beloved minister, Rev. Cynthia Prescott, come worship with us as we reflect on the gifts and lessons from her ministry.
We belong to a species of pattern-seeking, meaning-making animals. Join us as we look through the lens of health to explore how we can use reason to understand and appreciate religion and spirituality.
Join us as our community minister, Rev. Kim Palmer, leads worship.
As we consider the miracle of Jesus’ birth, the return of the sun after the Solstice, and prayer for healing in the face of illness, it might take an existentialist view to see where the miracle really lies.