For our Sunday morning worship service on 2018 September 02, Mountain
Light Unitarian Universalist Church (MLUUC) in Ellijay is pleased to
have a member of our congregation, Lorraine Jones, as our speaker.
The title of her sermon is “2000 Years of Hell”.
Lorraine contends that the religiously misinterpreted concept of Hell
is an emotionally and psychologically debilitating concept in human
psychology, theology and philosophy. It has virtually paralyzed the
development of peaceful co-existence in our world. After personally
abandoning this superstitious concept, she now affirms that a
positive, responsible, and spiritual life can be had without the
teachings of infinite weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth in the
traditional view of Hell that been taught for the last 2000 years.
Lorraine is currently an architectural designer who has been employed
in drafting and graphic design since 1995 after attaining her
Drafting/Design Diploma. She got her college degree in Graphic Design
in 2010 when she graduated from Penn Foster College.
She completed ministerial training with All Faith Seminary
International in New York as an online student and was ordained in New
York City as an interfaith minister in June 2018. She is looking
forward to this new journey, and Mountain Light Unitarian
Universalist Church welcomes her in this new role as well as
continuing to lead our singing of hymns..
Lorraine has been married to her soulmate since 2005, and has a
daughter, a stepson, a granddaughter, and several pets.
Mountain Light, 2502 Tails Creek Road (GA-282 West), in Ellijay is a
Welcoming Congregation. We welcome guests of all faiths, ethnicities,
and gender identifications. Our coffee and fellowship begins at 10
AM, followed by the service from 10:30 to 11:30.
Religious Education is provided for children by Dr. Aimee Cribbs on
the second and fourth Sundays of each month. The next date is at the
worship service on September 09. Children are also welcome to attend
our services in the sanctuary. For information about our 7 Unitarian
Universalist Principles and our future services, please go to