Sunday, July 22, 2018 -- Guest Denise Graves joins our Summersong Series
Flower/Plant Communion & Elevator Speeches - "Connections are made slowly, sometimes they grow underground," writes poet, Marge Piercy.
"WE ASK OUR VALUES TO SHAPE OUR ACTIONS..."
May 27, 2018 – Rev. Carmen Emerson, In Loving Memory: On this Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend we’ll reflect together on service, loss, grief, and memory. Bring a photograph or memento of a lost loved one to share during the service.
Family Worship Service & Celebration of GNUUC Ministries
Rev. Carmen Emerson on Non-Binary Parenting.
MAY 6, 2018 - Guest, Rev. Jason Shelton - Rev. Jason Shelton is a composer, arranger, conductor, singer and multi-instrumentalist who performs in churches and concert halls throughout North America. Rev. Shelton’s workshops for ministers, musicians and choirs are helping to redefine music ministry in the liberal religious tradition for the 21st century.
April 29, 2018 -- GUEST SPEAKER - Rev. Peter Connolly: Outcasts, Eccentrics, Saints, and Sinners: An account of pastoral service to the homeless and formerly homeless community in its spiritual dimension.
All hands, all ages, on deck! We will spend the morning pulling weeds and sprucing up the Memorial Garden. Please bring garden tools, wheelbarrows, gloves, hats, drinking water, sunscreen, and bug spray. Stay as little or as long as you can. Your helping hands will be greatly appreciated! Please RSVP to Caren Spencer-Smith, Nathanael Reveal, or Mary Hinton.
This April 4th will mark the 50th year since the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In his final manuscript entitled Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?
March 18, 2018 - Worship & RE Teams - An intergenerational service on "Wisdom from the world's religions which inspires us in our ethical and spiritual life," the third source from which our living tradition draws inspiration.
Rev. Carmen Emerson - Going Low, Going High, Part 2
An Ad Hoc Committee for Land Stewardship is forming to maintain the Memorial Garden, the wooded area, the trail, and the meditation area. A call is going out to all church members who are interested in helping to form the Land Stewardship Ad Hoc Committee, under the Buildings & Grounds Committee. The first meeting will be on Sunday, March 4 at 12:30 pm.
Led by our minister, Rev. Carmen Emerson, join us for a conversation about personal theology, UU history, congregational life at GNUUC, and where all of these things may intersect for you. A conversation for those new to Unitarian Universalism, or those who've been around awhile and want to know more, and to know more deeply what it means to be a person of UU faith.