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Church Growth for the 21st Century

Ron Sturgis

In this sermon, Ron will explore the various dynamics involved in church growth.  He will examine seven statistics that predict church growth according to some research.  Different types of people who can impact church growth will be discussed.  Differing kinds of church orientations will also be mentioned.  Finally, the future and growth of Mountain Light … Continued

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    Our worship service speaker at Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church (MLUUC) in Ellijay on Sunday, August 13, will be Ed Wolpert.  The title of Ed’s sermon will be “Growing up Jewish: Personal Reflections of a Secular Jew.”  After a brief introduction about Judaism, Anti-Semitism, and Jews ...

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    For our Sunday morning worship service on August 6, Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church (MLUUC) in Ellijay welcomes Dr. Barry Whittemore to be our speaker.  Dr. Whittemore is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister having served at the Georgia Mountains Unitarian Universalist Church in Dahlonega.  He has also ...

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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.