This Month's ONLINE Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.

Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!

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Currently, because of COVID-19 we are only having online services.

 May 2
“Savoring and Serving Life,” Rev. Mariela Pérez-Simons, g
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Worship Leader, Rev Jane Page.

Rev. Pérez-Simons (she/her) is a Cuban-American UU minister passionate about liberation and freedom of expression. She teaches about oppression, repression, authenticity, belonging, and emotional intelligence. Think of Savoring and Serving is a theological and social framework to help us find a healing balance in life. Savoring and Serving as a way of healing ourselves and the planet, as a spiritual practice, as a social responsibility, as a way of honoring the life-force that moves through us and to give back generously to the whole web of life.

Anthem: ”Here We Have Gathered”- ALCJ Quartet

ALSO TODAY AT 3:00 PM join us at UUCG for our monthly Parking Lot Gathering.

May 9
Mother’s Day  - “Ask Mama Jane”
Worship Leader, Rev. Jane Page

It’s time once again, for Rev. Jane to share her Question Box  Sermon.  She does this each year and calls the message, “Ask Mama Jane.” We will collect your questions in the chat box and Rev Jane will respond to as many as she can.  These questions can be about Unitarian Universalism, Theology, Current Events, and more.  This is usually a fun and informative service. Of course, we will also share some ritual honoring our mothers and others who have nurtured us!

Anthem:” Back to the Church Medley” -  Choir

May 16
Exploring Water: Essential Source | Essential Symbol - “Peace Like a River”
Worship Leader, Beth Sutton

Anthem: “I’ve Got Peace Like a River.” - via the internet

May 23
“Blue Boat Home”
Worship Leader, Rev. Jane Page

Rev. Jane continues her series using songs from the Singing the Journey (aka Teal Hymnal) as sacred text and inspiration. “Blue Boat Home “ was a favorite song of UU’s even before the Singing the Journey was published . Unitarian Universalist Peter Mayer “gorgeously captures the awe and wonder of our first source, and the amazing planetary grounding of our seventh principle, along with mysticism and humanism and gratitude.” (Rev. Kimberly Debus.) Come sing with us and explore this wonderful song.

Anthem: “Blue Boat Home” - Choir

May 30
“Building Bridges”
Worship Leader, Rev. Jane Page

Rev. Jane uses the song “Building Bridges” as the sacred text for her message on the day that we acknowledge that four of our youth are moving into adulthood.  We will have a virtual bridging ceremony for those who spent their formative years learning from our wonderful Religious Education teachers. These youth are all graduating high school in Glynn or Bulloch County this year. Since this is Memorial Day weekend, we will also honor those who have died in service at the beginning of our Joys and Concerns time.

Anthem:  “ Building  Bridges” -  Choir