Wondering About Worship?


What kind of worship service speaks to your soul? Have you ever considered preaching, leading a service, or helping to plan a collaborative service such as a poetry Sunday? We would love you hear your ideas!

As we move into the summer, I would like to invite folx to meet and participate in planning services. Some of the ways you might participate include serving as a Worship Associate or brainstorming ideas of how worship service could fulfill more of the spiritual needs of congregation or lay leading a service or recommending someone from the community that might speak. Perhaps there is a topic that you would like to share or that you would like to make sure is lifted up in an upcoming service. Would you like to be involved in a poetry, art, and/or music focused service in early August? 

If any of these opportunities are intriguing and you would like to learn more, reach out to me at minister@uutallahssee.org

About the author

Rev. Holly Brown, Interim Minister
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Rev. Holly (they/them/theirs) was ordained on April 3, 2021, by Piedmont Unitarian Universalist Church in Charlotte and Salisbury, NC, where they served as a ministerial intern. Rev. Holly earned their Master of Divinity from Methodist Theological School in Ohio (MTSO) with a special focus on UU courses offered by the UU House of Studies at MTSO. During seminary, they served as a student minister at North Unitarian Universalist Church in Lewis Center, Ohio and student chaplain during one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Rev. Holly also served as an Interim Director of Religious Education at the UU Congregation of Greenville, NC before perusing ministry.

Rev. Holly has a passion for Racial Justice, LGBTQIA Rights, Interfaith Work, and Mental Health Awareness and Accessibility Justice. In addition to local justice work, Rev. Holly is a member of several UUA and UUMA (UU Ministers Association) groups including TRUUsT (Trans Religious professional Unitarian Universalists Together), Trans/Nonbinary Ministers, Ministers with Disabilities, ARE (Allies for Racial Equity), and the UU Mental Health Network.