Topic: Community

Bread Communion

Bread is a symbol of life-giving sustenance and today we will share a bread communion together. Please bring a bread (homemade if possible) that elicits memories of childhood sustenance. You will have the opportunity to share this memory with us.

We will then collect bread for donation to NFCC.

CONGREGATIONAL MEETING

How I Got Here

Why (I) Becoming Unitarian: Yassine Farhi will walk through his  personal journey about his background and why he chose to be here. He will also highlight some current events and some Unitarian principles that are important in our life now more than ever.

Young Adult Service

Celebrate with us our first annual, first ever Young Adult Service! Our Young Adults are a weekly presence at UUMAN and add to the vibrancy of our community. Join Us Online to hear what they have to say!

Extending Grace

Grace is often portrayed as the welcome, yet unmerited, divine intervention of God in our affairs (e.g. “…but by the grace of God”). Yet we have the power to bestow grace upon one another and change lives for the better. How can we extend grace at this difficult time?

Worship Associate: Randy Blasch

Music: Alex Pietsch

Bread Communion

Bread is a symbol of life-giving sustenance and today we will share a bread communion together. Please bring bread (homemade if possible) that elicits memories of childhood sustenance. You will have the opportunity to share this memory with us. We will then collect bread for donation to North Fulton Community Charities.

Music: UUMAN Band

The Five Practices of Welcome Renewal

In 2019 the UUA will be launching a new Welcoming Congregations renewal program called The Five Practices of Welcome Renewal. The goal of the program is to encourage congregations to practice Welcome every year, year-round.

(This is being held on Pride Sunday. It is a Multigenerational Service, thus no Religious Education classes that day.)