Calling All Members and Friends!

Our Annual Meeting Breakfast will begin at 9:30, June 11th. Please bring a breakfast-type dish to share. Our 10:30 service is entitled: “Enter, Rejoice and Come In: It’s Ours!”It will be presented by Gayle Wood. We will vote on a new Board of Directors and a new budget for the 2017–2018 fiscal year. This isn’t … Continued

From Our Brokers

Ms. Gayle, Ms. Terry, Ms. Ann, and the entire membership of MLUUC: Now that the dust has settled, I am hopeful that you and the entire membership of MLUUC can sit back and take a deep breath! Given this latest victory, it is critical that MLUUC recognizes the need to identify the next hurdle and … Continued

Enter, Rejoice, and Come in

If you were not at church today, May 28, you missed the wonderful news – the papers have been signed, sealed, and delivered… The building is ours!  Now comes the important work of putting our permanent mark on the location: meeting code requirements, fixing the problems, and improving the appearance.  There is lots of joyful … Continued

Bruce Wood to the Rescue

It may not look like much, but the new drainage ditch took six hours to dig because of hard ground, rocks, and birch roots.  Thanks to Bruce Wood’s hard work, last evening’s rain ran down the culvert instead of forming the usual muddy pond in front of the garage/out building.  So much of the work … Continued

Movie Night Continues

Because some people may not have seen the notice, Kasey has agreed to bring his Ultra High Definition Television to church tonight to play Blast from the Past, a romantic comedy about a naive man who comes out into the world after being in a nuclear fallout shelter for 35 years.  The film will begin … Continued

Movie Night Correction

Wednesday, May 17 will be movie night at MLUUC.  The movie choice is undecided. Wednesday, June 21, will be Big Fish, shown at the Sturgis home.  So, if you are going to Movie Night this week, please do not go to the home of Laura and Ron Sturgis, go to Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church.  … Continued

Feeding Our Guests

A big thank-you goes out to Linda Kelly for providing delicious chili for the Strengthening Families group on April 18.  Gayle Wood provided a salad to complete the meal.  The participants and children are enjoying a relaxing meal together every Tuesday evening.  Ann Low keeps the children busy during any “down time”. Providing for Strengthening … Continued

Dine and Help the Gilmer Food Pantry

Savour The Moments Food & Wine Club invites you to Farm To Table “Spring into Southern Style Cuisine” on April 22 at The Martyn House.  The farm-to-table dinner party will be a night of live music, great cuisine & raising awareness for Gilmer County’s Food Pantry. A portion of the ticket sales will be going … Continued

Annual Meeting June 11

Our Annual Meeting will be on June 11, 2017. All members and friends are invited. We will elect a new slate of officers. If you are interested in running for president, secretary, treasurer or director-at-large (2 positions), please talk to Kasey or Helen. The term of office is one year with eligibility for one additional … Continued

Active Hope Workshop Offered at Emerson

Based on the work of Joanna Macy, Eco-philosopher, scholar of Buddhism, general system theology and deep ecology, and author of 13 books including Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re In Without Going Crazy.  This participatory workshop on Active Hope addresses the environmental and social problems that we are facing. It is based on over four decades of community-based work with thousands … Continued