Liberal religion in the Chattahoochee Valley
Unitarian Universalists (“UUs” for short) value reason, tolerance, freedom, justice, equity and compassion. And we’re committed to UU’s Seven Principles. Spiritual diversity enriches our fellowship. Visitors are always welcome at Sunday services and all other events.
Sunday, March 5: Nick Norwood on Carson McCullers
This year marks the 100th birthday of Columbus writer Carson McCullers. Our program this Sunday (March 5) is will be “An American Malady: Loneliness as Theme in the Works of Carson McCullers,” presented by Dr. Nick Norwood, who teaches Creative Writing at Columbus State University. Norwood is a widely published poet, and he directs the Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians in Columbus and in Nyack, N.Y. For more information about the Sunday service and other activities go to Weekly Announcements.)
Sign the UUA Declaration of Conscience
Unitarian Universalist Association President Peter Morales and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee President Thomas Andrews invite us all to sign a Declaration of Conscience “committing to put Unitarian Universalist values into action to resist hate, fear and bigotry.” Find out more at https://www.uua.org.