Speaker: Rev. Amanda Schuber

The Enlightenment of Buddha

On Dec. 8 Buddhists the world over will celebrate Bodhi Day, the day when Siddhartha Gautama, on seeing the morning star at dawn, attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree and became the Buddha, the “Awakened One.” This Sunday we will learn the history of this … read more.

The Symbol of Our Faith

Every Sunday morning in UU congregations across the county, a flaming chalice is lit. For Unitarian Universalists, this is a symbol of our faith. Join us as we learn the history, both ancient and modern, of this power symbol. This will be an Intergenerational Service.

I Call You Beloved

Please join us for this annual service of remembrance, where we honor the ancestors that have touched our lives. This will be an Intergenerational Service.

With a Little Help From My Friends

“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.” Brene Brown. Join us for this special service where we welcome … read more.

The Thing About Pride

Gay Pride is first and foremost a political statement, but it’s also a time to celebrate, to mourn and to forge the way forward towards true equality. Join us as we celebrate the end of Macon Pride and recommit ourselves to the work of liberation.

But We Live Here – Destroying the Myth of Perfection

The myth of perfection permeates our culture, constantly bargaining us with images of immaculate homes, perfectly put together looks and “blessed not stressed” lives. Join us this Sunday as we explore the messier and authentic reality of daily life. This will be an Intergenerational Service.

The Glass is Already Broken

The Buddhist concept of impermanence tells us that everything is change, nothing is permanent.  When we are able to let go of our fear of loss, we open ourselves to the joy of each moment.  Join us this week, in person and online!