Hembree Park Service

Join us at Roswell’s Hembree Park pavilion for an end of the church year service. Feel free to bring some food and drink for a picnic afterwards.

A Return to Oneness

The message will be about acknowledging the oneness of spirit we were all created in, healing the harm done by seeing ourselves separate from one another, and returning to the oneness of our common humanity.  

Our speaker is Spencer A. Murray, who is an Educator, Minister and Conflict Transformation practitioner who is committed to transforming lives and the systems in which they live.

Who Am I? Who Do I Want To Be?

In these polarized and trying times, it can be hard to listen to our better angels and easy to fall into angry, vindictive thoughts. But is that who we want to be? How do we remain compassionate toward people who are doing horrible things? How do we remember the common humanity we share, even with our enemies? How can we resist being dragged down by the world, and remain true to who we are?

This service features our own, much loved, Rev. Kim Palmer.

My Father, Which Art In Earth

Poet Conrad Aiken (1898-1973) was one of Georgia’s greatest writers, a Unitarian, and highly influenced by his father and grandfather.  On this Father’s Day, we’ll take a look at his life and work

Our featured speaker is Orlando Montoya, a newscaster for Georgia Public Broadcasting, the statewide radio network.  He can be heard weekday afternoons during “All Things Considered” on 88.5 in Atlanta. He spent 23 years in Savannah, the city of Conrad Aiken’s birth and death.