Category: News

The Asian Tiger Mosquito

By Raymond King, MS, District Director of Environmental Health

It’s that time of year again to guard against mosquitoes, and the Asian Tiger Mosquito is the most common mosquito in our area. It is the most pestiferous daytime biter, and it is easy to recognize by … read more.

IPL Online Discussion April 28

I am inviting you to join us for a powerful discussion with Senator Rev. Raphael Warnock on voting rights and climate change on Thursday, April 28, 2021.

Senator Warnock is a new U.S. Senator from Georgia and an ordained Christian minister who pastors the historic Ebenezer … read more.

Join Us For A Faith Call for Justice & Democracy

Greetings Beloveds!Today we are witnessing a dangerous swelling in anti-democratic measures across the country. Nearly every state in the nation faces voter suppression bills, states and cities are criminalizing protest, and our immigration and criminal legal systems continue to keep us from the promise of … read more.

Register to view Kiss the Ground online!

What if there was a simple solution that could help balance our climate, replenish our freshwater supplies, and feed the world? That solution is right under our feet.            Registration is now open to view this year’s featured film, Kiss the Ground,as part of your events for … read more.

Witness, Connect, Act!

Just Acts: Witness, Act, Connect – March 24th Convening, Earth Day & More
Beloved Mountain Light UU Church,
Our faith has always told us that we are interdependent and that we need connection. If we didn’t always feel that in our bones we certainly have felt … read more.

A Message from Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick-Gray

This week many of us are marking the one year anniversary when nearly all of our congregations and the UUA moved to virtual operations. As I have been mindful of the anniversary, the words of UU minister Max Coots came to me:

“When holidays and holy … read more.