The Unitarian Universalist Water Ceremony

The annual Water Ceremony is a Unitarian Universalist tradition. This Sunday you are invited to bring a tiny sample of water that is significant for you. It can be from as close to home as your yard, from as far away as another continent or from anywhere in between. The important part is, it has meaning for you.

If you don’t bring your own water sample we’ll have extra. After all, it’s the thought and spirit that count. After the Service, we will release the water we collect into the Heiferhorn Creek, with runs through or campus to the Chattahoochee River, the Gulf of Mexico and beyond.

Sunday services begin at 11 a.m., but come early for coffee and conversation. Visitors and guests are always welcome at our progressive Fellowship. Services also include music, readings and opportunities, always optional, to share your thoughts. And we’re done by noon.

We’re meeting in person now, but we still take COVID precautions. Our guidelines.

  • We encourage people to be vaccinated and boosted to protect against COVID.
  • We encourage social distancing in Grace Fellowship Hall.
  • Masks are stil optional, but we have a section for people who want to wear them.
  • We’ve improved ventilation in Grace Fellowship Hall.
  • We awatch local COVID statistics, and we’re prepared to change our procedures when warranted. Check this website for changes.