Worship at Greater Nashville UU
Worship is a communal and intentional event.
We gather together to hold up those things of ultimate worth, meaning, and value.
Sunday Mornings at the Greater Nashville UU are a foundation for the rest of our programs and mission. Our 11am worship services challenge our thinking, comfort our hearts, and inspire us to action.
We come to experience new and thought-provoking ideas, to search within ourselves for answers, to reflect on the changes we need to make in ourselves for the benefit of our community and our world.
Sunday Services are followed by a community lunch hour. Stop by Visiting Us to learn more.
Upcoming Worship Services
Rev. Dr. Michelle Pederson, GNUUC's Affiliated Community Minister, reflects on the blessings and challenges of chaplaincy in an urban hospital.
Recent Worship Services
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.
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.
April 22, 2018 -- A LARGER FAITH - As registration begins for our denomination’s annual General Assembly, what's happening in our “voluntary association of congregations” and how might we be involved?
FAMILY SERVICE -- An interactive family worship service about the sixth wisdom source of Our Living Faith tradition