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JAN 30 — Rev. Duncan Teague (joint Zoom service with Abundant LUUv

Rev. Teague says it is time to go back up the mountain and learn what it means to return searching for truth with a new and growing congregation joining him. This seems to Rev. Teague as the most worthwhile search, one that includes community. The free and responsible search for truth and meaning is the 4th UU Principle. [Read More]

Our Stories

Growing up I attended the Baptist and then the Christian Church with my parents. It never felt right. I never felt at home. As an adult I hardly ever attended church. Once I moved to Ellijay I was told about Mountain Light UU Church. I attended and really enjoyed the people and the services. However, I drifted away for several years. I have been attending now for about two years. What I like most about the church are the people. The people are the biggest asset of MLUUC. The congregation is an open, caring community. Everyone is accepted for who they are, regardless of beliefs or self identity.

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Congregational News

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