Speaker: Rev. Jan Taddeo

What’s DNA Got to do With It?

An inquiry into our relationship with our ancestors and family, and our sense of belonging.

Rev. Taddeo, Service Leader

Bill Benshoof, Worship Associate

Who’s In, Who’s Out

In the context of Atlanta  PRIDE weekend, and two days after National Coming Out Day, we’ll explore the challenge of belonging.

People will carpool to the MARTA station immediately after the service to join other Atlanta area UUs in the Atlanta PRIDE … read more.

Expect a Miracle

In his “Conversations with God” series of books, Neale Donald Walsh invites the reader to expect an angel in every person they encounter. Can we also expect a miracle in every encounter with life?

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

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Facing Death with Life

I often say to people that Unitarian Universalists are more concerned with how we live in the here and now than what happens to us when we die. But how do we approach the interconnection between life and death?

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Daniel … read more.

Expectations of Experience

EPot-Luck Sunday, UU101 & UU102

How do our expectations for life shift as we grow more experienced with life? In these times of rising chaos, climate tragedy, and increased violence, hope is hard to find. To what shall we turn if not hope? … read more.

Expectations of Innocence

Annual Water Ceremony

What does water have to teach us about navigating the currents of life’s expectations? Find a rock to cling to? Let go and let the flow carry us? How do our expectations influence our approach to life?

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Poetry as Prayer

Years ago in a prayer workshop we explored poetry as prayer. From the Psalms to Mary Oliver to Richard Blanco we can feel the prayerful essence in the poet’s words. May it be so. 

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Victoria Fashakin, Worship
Associate

Pray for Me

Our relationship with prayer is influenced by our religious upbringing, cultural norms, and our concepts of prayer. Let’s explore some of those concepts, and find a way to say a little prayer for those who could use a little help from their friends. … read more.

Listen to Children

Nelson Mandela: “History will judge us by the difference we make in the everyday lives of children.” And, “The true character of society is revealed in how it treats its children.” Time for a report card on how we are doing as a … read more.