Welcome to UUCA!
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta is an open, welcoming faith community that changes lives. Whatever your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
Worship Services at 9:30 & 11:15 am
Religious exploration classes for preschool through 6th grade are offered at both the 9:30 and 11:15 am services. Classes for 7th through 12th grade are only offered at 11:15 am. Registration is now available for 2013-14 Religious Exploration classes.
Coffee Hour follows each worship service.
Childcare is available at no cost and without a reservation on Sunday mornings during normal service times.
This holiday season, we thank everyone who has supported UUCA this year with their time, talent and financial contributions, and look forward to support from all of our members in the year ahead. If you need a convenient way to make regular offerings or if you plan to make an additional gift before the end of the year, we encourage you to consider our electronic giving option. As the pace of life speeds up, especially around the holidays, you may find electronic giving a most welcome way to make contributions. You are appreciated!
WHAT’S NEW ON UUCA.ORG?
Join us this Sunday, Dec. 15, at 9:30 & 11:15 am for Rev. Anthony Makar’s sermon, “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” As the Choir takes us through “A Musicological Journey Through the Twelve Days of Christmas,” Rev. Makar explores the theology and practice over time of gift-giving. Today is also UUCA’s Congregational Meeting at 12:45 pm in the Sanctuary.
UUCA’s Congregational Meeting will be held in the Sanctuary on Dec. 15 at 12:45 pm and the preceding Board Town Hall meetings begin Dec. 1. For full details on topics to be covered at the meeting, Town Hall dates, and all pertinent pre-reading materials, visit the Congregational Meeting page today.
The December issue features great columns from Rev. Anthony Makar, Finance Trustee Grier Page, and our Religious Exploration professionals. You’ll also see pictures from last Sunday’s food sharing project, information on the Dec. 15 Congregational Meeting and preceding Town Halls, and so much more. You can view it one of two ways: The PDF format you’re used to or the UberFlip format, a flip-book, magazine-style format.
Please click here to read VISION 2016, UUCA’s Long Range Plan. To read Rev. Makar’s latest Executive Report about progress on the Long Range Plan which was submitted to the Board of Trustees by clicking here.