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Unruly Bodies: Embracing (and Sharing) our Unique Stories

Dr. Terri Thrower

At some point, all are touched by illness, disability, aging, or loss of function. Our fear, pity, and awkwardness often accompany conversations about those inevitable changes, leading to silence and stigma rather than understanding. If we can’t talk about these issues, how can we embrace our changing selves or the changes in those we love?

Our Stories

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.

Congregational News

  • Mountain Light UUC Ribbon Cutting

    2018 June 19 – A Gilmer Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting has been scheduled at MLUUC on June 19 at 4:30 PM.  All are welcome to attend our Ribbon Cutting to help celebrate one year of ownership of Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church at 2502 Tails ...

  • Sunday June 17

    2018 JUN 17: Rev. Jennifer L. Dalton to be our speaker at our worship service. Her sermon title will be, “Honoring Our Fathers”. Rev. Dalton will focus on the idea of toxic masculinity and how gender stereotypes are harmful, not just to our daughters but ...

  • Movie Night June 08

    2018 JUN 08: The movie night is on, in case you heard otherwise.  We are having an “alarming” issue at church.  If we can not get the alarm off by movie time, Ann Low has graciously offered to allow us to move it over to chez Low.  The film will be Monty Python ...

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