During the month of October we are exploring the theme of Belonging

Resources forthcoming

Photo by Louis Hansel

“Perhaps home is not a place but simply an irrevocable condition.”
― James Baldwin, Giovanni’s Room


Sunday, October 13, 2019


Faith Development at 10:00am: 

Adult Program: Spiritual Practices

I See You

What does belonging to yourself look like, and can understanding this foster our sense of belonging to each other? Join us as we engage a meditation and practice – based on a story of Ameratsu, the
Shintō deity – where we lovingly see our true essence in our own reflection, and also “become” mirrors to reflect back the beauty we see in others.

Program developed and facilitated by Sharon Yun

Multigenerational Family Program:

The Story of Indigenous People’s Day

We’ll discuss the movement to replace “Columbus Day” with Indigenous People’s Day, touching on the notion of “discovery” and how our UU values calls us to celebrate this holiday. 

Facilitators to be determined


Worship Service at 11:00am: 

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 Parade.

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Lorena Gay-Griffin, Worship Associate


Followed by:

12:30 – Belief Exploration

12:30 – Spiral Scouts

6:00pm – Mindfulness & Meditation


We look forward to seeing you Sunday!