We are located at 1710 Gloucester Street, Brunswick, GA
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demonstrating our strong belief in the interdependent web of all existence.
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LOCAL COMMUNITY FOCUS
As a small UU congregation, our goal is to share information with our members about opportunities to contribute time and resources for the benefit of our local community. We do this through the monthly UUCG email newsletter and weekly email updates.
Please contact SJ Chairs Sharon Ehle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kim Merck (email@example.com) with information about opportunities to help.
Below is a list of local organizations that UUCG members are currently active with.
A Better Glynn
Brunswick African American Cultural Center
Glynn Clergy for Equity (Equity Dinners)
Glynn Environmental Coalition
Fernandina Pride Festival (closest Pride event in Fernandina Beach, FL)
MLK Parade (annual event in downtown Brunswick)
Morningstar Children and Family Services
Rise Risley (Coastal GA Community Action Coalition)
Robert S. Abbott Institute for Race Unity (International Festival)
Safe Harbor Children’s Center
Women’s Voices of Glynn County
(via UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS ASSOCIATION)
UUCG became an official Welcoming Congregation in 2012 by meeting the criteria of UUA, our national association. The requirements are met on an annual basis and focus on addressing the needs and concerns of LGBTQ+ people, so they feel fully embraced in our church community.
Unitarian Universalists Service Committee
The SJ team presents an annual Guest At Your Table service on the 2nd Sunday of December to support the international grassroots relief work of UUSC. (could add GAYT service photo here)
Side With Love
Unitarian Universalists affirm unconditional, universal love as a foundation and grounding for our actions in the world. We strive to be of service to our communities and advocate for change on local, state, national, and international levels. As an expression of our faith and values, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) takes positions on relevant issues of social justice.
UU the Vote
One of the fundamental principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) is the use of the democratic process. As an expression of our faith, many Unitarian Universalist congregations engage in voter registration, election reform, protecting voting rights and democracy, and Get-Out-the-Vote drives.
VALUABLE LOCAL RESOURCES
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