Fellowship member Joanie Andras teaches meditation and Buddhist studies at our Fellowship. She’s also a long-time student of philosophy and psychology. Joanie earned a doctorate in psychology in 1993, and she was ordained as a Buddhist nun in 2005. She’ll talk about how Buddhist teachings … read more.
Thomas Jefferson wrote two books on the Bible, but only one survives: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth. It’s commonly known as “the Jefferson Bible,” though Jefferson never called it that. Ron Ussery will explore that work and Thomas Jefferson’s relationship with Unitarian … read more.
Ed Wilson is a founding member of our Fellowship and served as our adjunct minister. (He’s a former Seventh Day Adventist minister.)
Our guest speaker, Rev. Marti Keller, will explore “the heroic feminist and womanist saints who have risked so much to bring life into the world, popularized in the PBS series Call the Midwife.”
The service begins at 11 a.m., but join us early for coffee and conversation. Visitors and … read more.
Fellowship member Kelsey Rochefort will meet with members of Congress in Washington, D.C., next month during the National Kidney Summit to support legislation related to kidney healt. She’ll talk to us about her own journey from kidney failure, through dialysis, to a kidney transplant.
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Unitarian Universalism’s principles include respect for all people and care for our planet. This Sunday’s talk will touch on both themes. Water, after all, is essential to life, and the nonprofit group Chattachoochee Riverkeeper focuses on care for the waterway that runs through our community … read more.
Justin diFeliciantonio, a friend of the Fellowship, will explore “Ishta-Devata,” which he describes as “the form of God that is personally relatable and inspiring.”
The service starts at 11 a.m. but join us early for coffee and conversation. In addition to a talk, services include a … read more.
Fellowship member Amanda Jones will take a scientific and philosophical look at how forgiveness affects our mental and physical well-being.
Visitors are always welcome at our progressive Fellowship. We start at 11 a.m., but come early for coffee and conversation. And we’re done by noon.
Amanda … read more.
Fellowship members Ellen and Bill Harlan will present a Sunday morning service on New Year’s Eve. Visitors and guests are always welcome at our progressive Fellowship. Sunday services start at 11 a.m., but join us early for coffee and conversation. (We’ll be done by noon.)
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Unitarians helped create modern-day celebrations of Christmas. A Unitarian brought the German tradition of indoor Christmas trees to America. Unitarians wrote some beloved Christmas Carols—among them Jingle Bells, and It Came Upon a Midnight Clear. And of course Charles Dickens, author of A Christmas Carol, … read more.