Income inequality is a fact of life–the consistent presence of the poor is mentioned in Leviticus, which dates to the 7th century BCE, yet in every age there have arisen prophets who call societies to build a more equitable economic system. In the 20th century, … read more.
Category: Past Worship Services
Sometimes skeptical and progressive parents wonder how firm their foundations are for teaching kids about life, love, and morality (or they’re challenged by family and friends who fear that raising kids unfundamentalist is irresponsible). Interim Minister Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will explore the challenges and … read more.
This past week, on January 6, a mob of several thousand people attacked the U.S. Capitol and disrupted the peaceful practice of democracy. Though order was restored within hours, the incident reminds us how fragile our systems are and how much we depend upon the … read more.
When Spiritual but Not Religious is Not Enough
Posted by Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens – Georgia on Sunday, 3 January 2021
In a recent national study, the largest (and still growing) group among American spiritual seekers are those who … read more.
Winter Solstice is an astrological phenomenon, a point in time marking the longest night and shortest day for people in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere. It’s also traditionally a time of spiritual quiet, of germination, of dreaming. Interim … read more.
This is a service of song and story, celebrating mystery and wonder in Unitarian Universalist style. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will tell a story (no sermon), and we’ll sing the UU versions of favorite carols. This virtual candlelight service is a great … read more.
December 27, 2020 Burning Bowl Service
Posted by Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens – Georgia on Sunday, 27 December 2020
Led by Lay Minister Lee Cornell and Worship Assistant Leigh Harvey.