2020 January 20, Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day
2020 January 26, Sunday
Roddy Biggs “Suicide: Searching for Answers”

Suicide affects us all, but what is it? Why do people sometimes feel the need to take their own lives? How do our beliefs about and understandings of suicide affect the way we respond to suicide? Join us as we attempt to understand more about the very nature of suicide and what causes it. As a liberal faith community, we can come together to help change the damaging narrative of suicide that has been created by society and by religious communities for centuries. Together we can make a difference; we can change the story and save lives.

2020 February 02, Sunday
Rev. Barry Whittemore

Rev. Whittemore is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister having served at the GA Mountains UU Church in Dahlonega. Dr. Whittemore currently teaches Appalachian, American, and religious history at UNG.

2020 February 09, Sunday
Rev. Dr. Aimee Cribbs “Into the Wilderness”

In this sermon, we will explore the difficult seasons of the soul. The message is filled with hope from the wilderness experiences of Jesus, Muhammad and the Buddha.

Rev. Dr. Aimee Cribbs is an ordained Interfaith Minister, MLUUC member, and former R.E. Director. After 20 years in elementary education, she now teaches teachers for Dalton State College, Piedmont College and Morningside College.”

2020 February 16, Sunday
Rev. Jennifer Dalton

Rev. Dalton was born and raised in the mountains of Virginia. She has her bachelor’s degree in political science and her Master of Divinity degree from Emory’s Candler School of Theology. She is currently ordained and recognized by the Alliance of Baptists and considers herself a Unitarian Universalist Baptist.

2020 February 23, Sunday
Rev. Lorraine Jones

Rev. Jones will discuss a few of the ways bipolar disorder has affected her life and that of her daughter and the stigma that those with the disorder may feel from others.

2020 March 01, Sunday
“The Church of You & You

In this Sunday-service version of our UU & You class, we will examine what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist and look at how you can make this UU congregation the Church of You & You.