Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church (MLUUC) in Ellijay welcomes the return of Rev. Marti Keller to speak at our morning worship service, Sunday, 2018 September 09. The title of Rev. Keller’s sermon is, “I’m Sorry, So Sorry”. Her sermon will explore the real intention and requirements of people seeking forgiveness at this time for the wrongs of the past year. It may not be what you assume.
Unitarian Universalists celebrate the inclusion of many faiths. Rev. Keller’s sermon is very timely because September 09 marks the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days known as the Days of Atonement.
Rev. Marti Keller is a minister with the Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation. She has been a UU parish and community minister for 20 years. Prior to ordination, she was a journalist, cultural critic and advocate on behalf of women and their families.
Currently, Rev. Keller is the consulting minister for one year at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Auburn, Alabama. A self-described Jewish UU, Marti is past president of UUs for Jewish Awareness, co editor of “Jewish Voices in Unitarian Universalism” and former vice president of the Board of the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
Mountain Light, 2502 Tails Creek Road (282 West), in Ellijay is a Welcoming Congregation. We welcome guests of all faiths, ethnicities, and gender identifications. Our coffee and fellowship begin at 10 AM, followed by the service from 10:30 to 11:30.
Religious Education for youth is coordinated by Dr. Aimee Cribbs on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. On September 09, the youth will practice for the annual Water Ceremony, which is scheduled for September 23.
For more information about our seven Unitarian Universalist principles and our future services, please go to mluuc.org.