September 27 — Pastor / Lord & High Priest David-Michael Searcy "The Spiritual Practice of Forgiveness" (online)
Forgiveness of others, and of self, is an act of transformation and a higher spiritual path. Spirituality and forgiveness are both about Oneness. Forgiveness transforms anger and hurt into healing and peace. It is about making the conscious decision to let go of a grudge. [Read More]
Kasey Castleberry Wordsmith http://www.svin.us
I 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.
- Remembering Carl Jackson Photo: Our friend Carl Jackson being introduced by Mike Romanick during the New Member Ceremony on 2018 October 28. Carl Southard Jackson III, age 69 of Dalton, passed away on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Carl was born July 27, 1951, in Gordon County to the late Carl S. Jackson, ...
- All Lined Up When you come back to church, you will find that the Property Team, under the leadership of Coordinator Mike Jones has been busy at work on the Capital Projects approved at our Annual Congregational meeting. The new sanctuary dimmable lights are installed, along with a new chandelier over the staircase on the Education side of the ...
- Closing Words For those who asked, below you will find the closing words from the service leader for August 16, Nancy Hardt. To close, I would like to share something inspired by a reading I contributed in May by Dana Worsnop called I want to Be with People. You may recall some of these verses of hers: I want ...