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
Recent Worship Services
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.
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.
In even the most challenging of times, humans will seek to find hope to avoid despair. If hope remains elusive, then we may just make our own hope and gift it to others.
January 21, 2018 – Music Director, Fran Gebuhr and Guest Accompanist, Roger Wiesmeyer offer a hymn sing/ music service. If there’s a hymn you love, and would love to sing, please be in touch with Fran or Roger.