Rick Spradlin is a longtime member of our Fellowship and a lifelong student of religious, philosophical and ethical traditions. He often talks to us about aspects of Unitarian Universalism.
Grace and gratitude are are embedded in the human experience. Fellowship member Amanda Jones will explore how these ideas “transcend boundaries and unite us in shared understanding and interconnectedness.”
Sunday services begin at 11 a.m., but join us early for coffee and conversation. Visitors and guests … read more.
Rev. Marti Keller of Atlanta, our guest speaker, talks about the “it” in her title—”it” being the guiding values of Unitarian Universalism. If you’ve ever wondered what our Fellowship is about, this Sunday service might be for you. Visitors are always welcome, and this Sunday … read more.
Justin diFeliciantonio describes “cathartic writing” as a technique to “let go of the junk.” In this unusual Sunday talk, he’ll describe the technique, which he teaches to children, and then give us an opportunity to practice it ourselves. “Third graders can do it perfectly,” he … read more.
Unitarian Universalist fellowships and congregations share commitments to human rights and care for the planet, but they often have unique local traditions. Our UU Fellowship, founded in 1975, has a several such traditions. Dr. Joyce Hickson, who is updating our Fellowship’s history, will explore those … read more.
Our guest speaker, Rev. Theresa Slusher, who last spoke to us in 2019, is ordained through the Centers for Spiritual Living. She also has a master’s degree in consciousness studies from the Holmes Institute of Consciousness Studies in Colorado, and she’s a certified life coach. … read more.
Fellowship President Connie Ussery reports on our new proposed mission statement, values statement and covenants.*
Unitarian Universalism emphasizes action on social issues, so these three statements are important. Members will want to hear them. (We’ll vote on them later.) Visitors will get a close look at … read more.
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents a world of wonders and perils, showcasing the remarkable potential of human ingenuity and the risks of unbridled technological advancement.” For example, the previous sentence was written by the AI application known as ChatGPT, and it includes a subtle, potentially … read more.
Speaking Aug. 13, 2023
Rev. Matt Deen, our guest speaker, offers a Christian critique of conservation. The Bible’s Book of Daniel recounts Nebuchadnezzar’s wilderness trials. For our speaker, that story suggests a fresh approach to what it means to be human and the nature of our … read more.