We strive to provide worship experiences that offer intellectual stimulation, emotional comfort, and spiritual transformation: insight into truth and meaning; new knowledge of self, others, and the world; inspiration to act with compassion for peace, equity, and justice, and  with reverence for the interdependent web of all existence.

Sunday, September 24

11:00 AM Service, Children and Youth Activities

Turning Leaves: Understandings of Sin and Forgiveness

Worship Leader: Charlotte Lehmann

Board Member on Duty: Maggie Bowden

It is the High Holy Days for our Jewish friends and neighbors; they are celebrating the new year (Rosh Hashanah) and preparing to atone for their sins of the past year when Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Friday. What can Unitarian Universalists gain from the teachings about sin and forgiveness in another faith tradition? We explore these intertwined concepts in this worship service.

Sunday, October 1compass rose

11:00 AM Service, Children and Youth Activities

Beyond Categorical Thinking

UUA Worship Leaders: Rev. Suzanne Fast, Fort Myers, FL, Amanda Schuber, Ardmore, AL

Lay Leader: Marty Beech

Board Member on Duty:

Searching for our next settled minister causes us to think about the ideal minister for our church. With this picture in place, we may unintentionally exclude ministers who fall into certain categories, such as age, identity, or physical ability. We don’t want to overlook what we really hope for in a minister.