Archives: Services

Digitizing Black Life and Culture in Middle GA, 1823-1865

In recent years, students at Mercer University have been digitizing a significant deposit of slave transaction records discovered in Bibb County’s courthouse. The purpose is to make these documents “searchable” so they can be used for genealogical research, teaching, and scholarly investigation.

Unitarian Universalism For the Future

What will our UU faith look like 50 years from now? In a changing world, where less than 20% of people attend church regularly, how do we stay relevant in people’s lives? Join us this Sunday as we explore the church the future.

All Will Be Well

Acceptance and peace can be difficult to find in the eye of the storm, but there is something transcendent in opening to what IS rather than pushing against it. This Sunday, we will heed the words of Juian of Norwich as we search for peace … read more.

There Were No Snakes

Today around the globe the world will turn out to celebrate Saint Patrick, known for “driving all the snakes” out of Ireland. Don your green and join us as we uncover the real story of this English Saint and the “snakes” he sought to convert.

The Anatomy of a Worship Service

Readings and hymns and sermons, OH MY! Announcements, meditation and stories to find! It may surprise you to learn that a worship service is an intricate operation that is made new each week. Join us this Sunday as we breakdown the DNA of a weekly … read more.