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JUN 26 — Rev. David-Michael Searcy “A Supreme Sunday”

Being fully awake and present in our world and demonstrating a Stone kind of love that is unbreakable, we are rising up to a higher consciousness that guides us into better times and brighter days, removing the fear as we travel the roads of life to the fountain of Loveliness. [Read More]

Our Stories

Growing up I attended the Baptist and then the Christian Church with my parents. It never felt right. I never felt at home. As an adult I hardly ever attended church. Once I moved to Ellijay I was told about Mountain Light UU Church. I attended and really enjoyed the people and the services. However, I drifted away for several years. I have been attending now for about two years. What I like most about the church are the people. The people are the biggest asset of MLUUC. The congregation is an open, caring community. Everyone is accepted for who they are, regardless of beliefs or self identity.

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Congregational News

  • High Temperatures in Georgia Raise Health Concerns
    Stay Cool, Stay Hydrated, Stay Informed ATLANTA – With temperatures expected to be in the high 90’s throughout the state for the next several days, and at times feeling like more than 100 degrees with the humidity, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is urging Georgians to avoid prolonged exposure to the heat and sun and ...
  • Personal Enrichment, Action and Knowledge Series (PEAKS)
    The University of North Georgia’s Institute for Healthy Aging and the Blue Ridge Campus created the Personal Enrichment, Action, and Knowledge Series (PEAKS) designed to meet the needs of the region’s rapidly growing older adult community.  All events will be held live on UNG’s Blue Ridge Campus.  Morning and afternoon sessions will be every Thursday in June ...
  • Announcement of Elections at General Assembly
    At this year’s General Assembly in Portland, Oregon, delegates will be given the opportunity to vote on candidates to serve on the UUA Board of Trustees. We, Rebecca Mattis and Beverly Seese, petitioned to be placed on the ballot providing delegates a choice on who will serve as future UU leaders. Please visit our personal campaign ...