Nicole Horn: “Where are the workers?”

Nicole Horn is a former business owner, one of which helped colleges select programs that would lead to jobs for graduates. Her talk will explore “The Great Resignation”—the shortage of wait staff, clerks, baristas and similar workers. Why have people left these jobs? When will they return? What’s in store for the labor market of the future? Nicole has some ideas about those questions. (She’s a candidate for Georgia Labor Commissioner.)

Nicole Horn

Our Sunday services start a 11 a.m. We’re meeting in person at Grace Fellowship Hall, with appropriate pandemic precautions. (See below.)

Our services often include a guest speaker. The sign out front reads “Reason, Tolerance, Freedom.” Our Fellowship is a home for liberal religion in the Chattahoochee Valley, and our member include people from a number of religions and denominations. We also include atheists, agnostics and humanists. Our motto is “deeds before creeds.” We think how we treat people is more important than theological details.

That said, Unitarian Universalists do have principles. Seven of them, in fact. Take a look at them here. Then join us on Sunday to learn more.

Our Pandemic Safety Measures

  • Masks are required for all indoor activities.
  • Virtually all of our members and friends have been vaccinated for COVID-19, and our seating has been changed to make social distancing easier. (We don’t demand proof of vaccination. It’s the honor system.
  • We do have music, but we don’t sing together.
  • Guests are welcome, but do wear a mask and observe social distancing.
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.