OCT 09 — Rev. Lorraine Jones “What God Is and What They Are Not - My Pagan View of Deity."

Rev. Lorraine Jones will explore her personal thoughts about Deity and how her perspectives may differ from Christians and other Pagans.

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I was raised Catholic and went to a women’s Catholic college, was married at a Catholic Church. Left the church in 1970 and gave up church entirely. When I retired, I decided to move to Georgia to be near my daughter.  A good friend told me that if I wanted some liberal friends that I should look up a Unitarian church. I tried Mountain Light reluctantly, as I did not have a good opinion of churches.  Other than vacations I have not missed a Sunday.

Mountain Light is my second home. It is filled with people who not only accept you for who you are, they will love you. It is a place to learn and expand who you are, to become a more loving and accepting person.  Come and see what a loving, welcoming and unusual group we are.

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