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2019 May 26

Rev. David-Michael Searcy

David-Michael was introduced to several religious beliefs in his upbringing which sparked his desire to study religion and spirituality. His ministry is infused with his Pentecostal roots, Wicca and Science of Mind, which he has studied and practiced for over 30 years.

Our Stories

2014.11.27cI have always been a Universalist, though I was unfamiliar with the term until much later in my life.  I believe that All-That-Is vibrates at the frequency of Love, so how could any "Father" damn His children to Hell?

Mind, I have lots of "less than orthodox" beliefs about reality and about the Divine.  I never seemed to fit in with any mainstream faith organization.  Somehow, I stumbled upon Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church and found that all of my "weird" beliefs would be tolerated, some even encouraged – so long as my personal search for Truth was both free and responsible.

This was the beloved community for which I had been searching.  I found a new family when I found Mountain Light and Unitarian Universalism.

Congregational News

  • We can shut down the largest child detention center in the U.S. Dear Mountain Light UU Church, Immigrant advocates fear that America’s prison-industrial complex is now expanding into federal child custody. “From what I understand, it’s the first for-profit child detention center,” says Maria Rodriguez, executive director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition. “So just let that sink in.” (1) It does not make headlines daily, but children seeking refuge in ...
  • Gilmer Arts Presents a New Play Gilmer Arts Playhouse presents a big-hearted comedy, The Dixie Swim Club, May 24 to June 2 (Fri & Sat 7pm, Sun 2pm).  Five unforgettable women free from husbands, kids, and jobs, meet at the same beach cottage to catch up, laugh, and meddle in each other’s lives over a 33 year period. For ticket information, please ...
  • UUA Monthly Tidings MAY 2019 Welcome to the second email in a new series of UUA thought leadership messages sent monthly to all UU congregations and leaders to strengthen our connections and support shared learning. Enjoy!  Dear Congregation Members, The UUA’s annual congregational certification is in! Every year, congregations report their membership, religious education (RE) enrollment, budgetary figures, and much more. It’s ...