Faith, Fear, and Finding the Inner Flame

Bob Patrick

Religious faith has a history of being both the thing that instills fear in people as well as being a vehicle for setting human hearts free to do amazing things.  Bring your own stories to this service and let’s explore faith, fear and finding the inner flame. Bob Patrick, Service Leader. Toby Lyles, Worship Associate.

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  • February 20–Fire of Commitment: Fired Up and Ready to Go
    I know that I need to be present with my Beloved Community now more than ever before in my life. The level of danger and tension in my World, Country, State, County, and Neighborhood looms as large to me as … Continue reading →
  • February 13–Fire of Commitment: Entering Fire
    Recently, members of the Worship committee, all people in our community who, each week, either lead services at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett, or who assist those who do, gathered for our quarterly meeting.  We spent about 15 minutes … Continue reading →
  • February 9–Fire of Commitment: Bellows
    We heat our house with wood. It’s amazing how much warmth is generated by a three-foot soapstone box in the living room. On a cold night in January (yes, there were a few of those), the house was noticeably chilly. … Continue reading →