Topic: Unitarian Universalist History

My Father, Which Art In Earth

Poet Conrad Aiken (1898-1973) was one of Georgia’s greatest writers, a Unitarian, and highly influenced by his father and grandfather. On this Father’s Day, we’ll take a look at his life and work.

Our featured speaker is Orlando Montoya, a newscaster for Georgia Public Broadcasting, the statewide radio network. He can be heard weekday afternoons during “All Things Considered” on 88.5 in Atlanta. He spent 23 years in Savannah, the city of Conrad Aiken’s birth and death.

Flower Communion

The Flower Communion, created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, is an annual ritual that celebrates peace, beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Please bring a few flowers to share.

Margaret Fuller

Unitarian Margaret Fuller was truly a woman ahead of her time. A contemporary to Emerson, Parker and other Transcendentalists, she was every bit their equal. At the New York Tribune, she became the first full-time book reviewer in American journalism and its first female editor. What is her legacy today?

Introduction to Real History Month

We will be welcoming the beginning of what is often called “Black History Month” by celebrating African American inventors, leaders, and artists. This service will be an opportunity for everyone in the family to deepen our understanding of real American history.

Do We Want to Grow?

We seem to circle back to this question time and time again…year after year. I’d like to approach this question from a direction in which you might not be accustomed.

New Member Sunday.

Sermon text (link to PDF)


The Paradoxical Augustine

Augustine of Hippo was perhaps the most influential (and controversial) of the Roman Catholic Church Fathers yet his influence went far beyond Christian theology. His stamp on Western philosophy and Western Civilization is still being felt today. How do we make sense of him today?

Nurturing Our Spirit (ONLINE ONLY)

Service Description: “Nurture Our Spirit.” These are the first three words of our new mission statement. What does it mean to nurture our spirit? Who’s responsibility is it? How do we nurture our spirit in the face of a global pandemic and a national emergency declaration?

We will try to stream the service at

(Multigenerational Service)