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JAN 23 — Pastor David-Michael Searcy "We are the Finders of Lost Loves"

It's never too late to find love. Put the past behind you, and keep your heart open. The lost loves are the one lamb that the shepherd goes out to find while leaving the other ninety-nine lambs behind in the story of the Good Shepherd or the Story of the Prodigal Son. We are the finders of those lost loves, lambs, or prodigals, because Love is the answer. [Read More]

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My first encounter with UU was 60 years ago in  Rochester, NY, at the church Susan B. Anthony had attended. Since then I’ve been affiliated with UUs in Brooklyn, Muncie Indiana, Atlanta, and now Ellijay. At each location, I always felt welcome, included, listened to, and did not have to park my brain at the door to enter the church.  MLUUC stands out as the exemplification of UU values, and I feel lucky to have found this place.  Good people, good services, good thoughts.  I love being a Jewnitarian.

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