Rev. Marti Keller, our guest speaker, talks about books—summer beach reads, hammock reads, library reads—how reading is a Unitarian Universalist spiritual practice and, more than ever, n actions for justice.
Rev. Keller, who lives in Atlanta, has been a Unitarian Universalist parish and social justice minister for 25 years. She was the affiliated minister for gender equity and justice with the UU Women’s Federation, and she received the Ministry to Women Award in 2021.
Sunday services begin at 11 a.m., but join us a little early for coffee and conversation. Our very nondenominational services include music, readings, meditation and a talk. We’re friendly, informal, progressive and done by noon. Visitors and guests are always welcome.