I was raised Catholic and went to a woman's Catholic college, was married at a Catholic Church. Left the church in 1970 and gave up church entirely. Four years ago, I retired and decided to move to GA 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.
- NOV 11 Sunday Service On November 11, Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church will welcome Bruce Wood, Colonel (Retired), USA, as our speaker for our Sunday morning worship service on November 11. Bruce’s presentation is in honor of Veteran’s Day and is entitled “Legitimate Target”. Bruce is a lay leader at our church and is also a retired teacher. Bruce will ...
- Ken Sizemore Returns to Mountain Light On 2018 November 04, Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church welcomes our musician friend, Ken Sizemore, “The Old Folkie”. Ken’s program is entitled: “Sweet Harmonies for Social Justice—The Magical Music of Peter, Paul, and Mary”. This music correlates with the Unitarian-Universalist Second Principle of “Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations”. Ken is a long-time Unitarian Universalist ...
- Yukon Trash Pick Up Canceled Because the grass is so wet from all the recent rain, the Keep Gilmer Beautiful trash pick up on our adopted stretch of Yukon Road will be rescheduled. Please stay tuned for updates.