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CommUUnity Kitchen – Cooking with Kids

Thursday, October 17th from 5:00 – 7:00pm

Every third Thursday evening we will share a different family recipe, and assist the next generation as they gain hands-on kitchen experience and learn about the skills & traditions we carry across time and cultures. The resulting dishes will be shared with the wider UUCG community during Sunday coffee hour.

This month: recipe TBD

This program is designed for the sharing of quality family time. All ages are welcome.

Facilitated by Kelsey Rice, with Ally Perras and Aline Harris



Monday, October 21st at 7:00pm

Topic: A discussion on Islam

For this meeting we will be joined by two followers of Islam who will share their perspective on the religion they have chosen. They will discuss their Muslim beliefs from a Christian background.

Please come to learn in the spirit of friendship and knowledge.

GUST (Gwinnett Understanding Secular Truths) is a group composed of Unitarian Universalists and others in Gwinnett who identify with and support mainstream atheism, skepticism, and secular humanism; and are working to encourage community and friendships.


UUCG Book Group

Wednesday, October 23rd at 7:00pm
in the UUCG Library

The October 2019 Book Group selection is Daughter of Fortune, by Isabel Allende.

“Daughter of Fortune is a sweeping portrait of an era, a story rich in character, history, violence, and compassion. In Eliza, Allende has created one of her most appealing heroines, an adventurous, independent-minded, and highly unconventional young woman who has the courage to reinvent herself and to create her hard-won destiny in a new country.”

See more here.

All are welcome. Please bring a snack to share with the group.

Learn more about the UUCG Book Group…


Trunk or Treat

Friday, October 25, 2019 from 5:30 – 8:00pm  

Join us for our annual Halloween event during which costumed children wend their way around the parking lot, visiting cars with decorated trunks and collecting candy or small “prizes”.  T or T provides families with an alternative (or addition) to door-to-door trick or treating!

This event is a great way for UUCG families from around the county to celebrate Halloween together, and with our local community, as all are invited to participate.

This year Trunk or Treat is combined with Family Game Night, so you can expect even more fun and games for all ages!

Learn more…


CUUPs event: Magical Arts with the Crafty Pagan: Folk Art Owl & Sugar Skulls

Saturday, November 2nd from 3:30 – 5:00pm

Join CUUPS for a Magical Arts and Crafts where we learn to paint a Folk Art Owl and have foam skulls to decorate as you want. Prepared canvases, paints, and brushes will be provided for the painting and crafting supplies will be available for the skulls. A love donation of $5 for supplies is suggested. 


Social Justice Event: Hunger in Gwinnett County

Sunday, November 3rd from 1:00 – 2:00pm

The UUCG Social Justice Council hosts guest speaker Suzy Bus, from the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services.  
She will be speaking about hunger in Gwinnett County, and the mission of the non-profit organization for which she works.  


Fourth Friday Family Game Night!
November 22nd from 6:00 – 8:00pm  

Have you got game?  We do!  Board games, card games, party games, theater games, role-playing games… We aren’t playing around!  Each month will feature something different.  So, ante up and join us on Fourth Fridays 6-8pm for Family Game Night!  All ages and households are encouraged to participate. We are all family when we play together.  Game on!
Popcorn will be provided. Bring your own dinner or a snack to share.



Belief Explorers

Sunday, November 10th at 12:30pm

 Belief Exploration is a group of Unitarian Universalists and others who are interested in exploring the sources of world faith traditions.

We have no prescribed theology and honor each person’s spiritual path toward enlightenment and reason. The focus of this group will continue to evolve over the course of the program year.

We invite you to join us if you have an interest in theological writings and would like to learn and share your views in an open, accepting environment.  We meet after the worship service on the second Sunday of each month in the Laboratory.

All are welcome.

You can find a comprehensive Calendar of Events here.