The Membership Committee strives to promote a warm, inviting experience for seekers, members, and friends through inspirational congregational engagement. We want all of our visitors/seekers feel welcome!
We hold workshops on the third Sunday of each month to help interested seekers learn more about Unitarian Universalism, and to understand the privileges and responsibilities of membership at UUCG, as well as to help people find meaningful ways to become involved in the life of our congregation.
If you are new to UUCG or Unitarian Universalism, and would like to learn more about the denomination or the Gwinnett congregation, please join the UU 101 Visitor Orientation class in the Library on third Sunday of even months (Feb, April, June, August, October, December) following the service.
If you have already taken UU 101 and feel ready to move on to the next step, please come to the UU 102 New Member class in the Pastor’s Parlor. After completing UU 102, you are eligible to become an official member of UUCG at an upcoming signing ceremony. 102 is held on third Sunday of even months (Feb, April, June, August, October, December)
Everyone is invited to attend our UU 103: Where Have We Been? sessions in the Library. UU 103 is a class on Unitarian Universalist history topics, and the discussion varies monthly. UU 103 is held on third Sundays of odd-numbered months (January, March, May, July, September, and November).
Childcare is available for those attending these classes. Sign-up online, on the bulletin board by the member name tags, or simply drop in and see what we are about!