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The Lord’s Prayer / Matthew 6:9-13

Rev. David-Michael Searcy

There is much to be healed and forgiven. We are called to go deeper in our prayer work for ourselves to uncover any and all places that we are still wounded.  We have to celebrate the differences in all people and accept those differences without judgment or agenda. Life is Precious, handle with prayer.

Recent News

  • July 24 July 22, 2016 Gretchen Norris
    Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church is offering the community a chance to get to know our church and its people.  If you have ever wondered about this church, how it  started, when and what brings our congregants here every Sunday, now is the time.  July 24, church member Adrienne
  • August Book Club July 15, 2016 Kasey Castleberry

    jacobs_year-living-biblically1Our book for 2016 August is The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible. The title says it all. The biblical “dos and don’ts” include the biggies (the Ten Commandments and love thy neighbor) as well as the ...

  • July Photos Updated July 12, 2016 Kasey Castleberry

    Photos from July 10, Laura Burton “Poverty in America”, have been added.  Check out the “coexist” rendering the Youth Religious Education program participants wrote out, using their bodies as letters.  Great work!  Click here to view the gallery.



Our Stories

My husband, Bruce, and I first discovered Mountain Light in May, 2011. We had been hoping to find a Unitarian church in north GA since moving to Talking Rock in 2010. We knew immediately we had found our church home.

Mountain Light exemplifies the Unitarian belief in the acceptance, as well as the celebration, of all individuals. It is a joy to experience MLUUC members welcoming visitors and friends every Sunday. Visitors are delighted when they realize their beliefs are embraced and not rejected or criticized. Whether a family of one or a family of 15, you are supported at Mountain Light.

I have found the more involved I become at MLUUC, the happier I am and the more I love the members and friends I meet. I was raised as a Methodist in Oklahoma. Today, I embrace the inclusiveness of all people, which is an inspiring foundation of Unitarian Universalism.

Bruce and I were married in a Unitarian church in Oklahoma City. We attended UU churches in Little Rock and Atlanta with our two grown sons, Jacob and Jordan. I joined MLUUC in 2012 and Bruce joined in 2015. We could not be more pleased. You will be pleased when you experience UU-ism, too.