Unitarian Universalism draws on many religious traditions as sources of inspiration. Religion and spirituality groups study and celebrate specific religious traditions as part of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Get Connected with us!
The Buddhist Meditation Group gathers each Sunday morning at 8:30 am (9 am May through September) in the Chapel. Beginners are welcome and invited to come 15 minutes early for introduction and instruction. For more information, contact Mike McHugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-270-5714.
L’Chaim is a group for Jewish awareness and celebrations, including the High Holy Days (Rosh Hoshanah and Yom Kippur) and Passover. For more information, contact Robin Kottman at email@example.com or 404-846-1123 or Carole Galanty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jesus Seminar Study Group. A monthly discussion and book read group. Contact: Sven Lovegren at email@example.com.
Cultural Mosaic. A social group celebrating the diversity within UUCA. We believe that the key to breaking down barriers is authentic friendship with people from all backgrounds. For more information, contact Tony Stringer firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ens and Outs. Environmental activities, environmental advocacy and outdoor activities. Regular activities include a weekly hike. For more info, contact Gwen Bergen at email@example.com.
Interweave. Interweave – A community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersexed and queer (LGBTQ) persons and allies within UUCA. As a Welcoming Congregation, UUCA includes LGBTQ persons fully in the life of the congregation. Interweave UUCA is a chapter of Interweave Continental and also sponsors a monthly PFLAG meeting at UUCA. To join the Interweave UUCA email list or for more info, contact Eben Buchanan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men’s Fellowship. Monthly discussion group and an annual retreat. Contact Sven Lovegren email@example.com for more information
Dining for Women. A monthly “dinner giving circle.” Each person brings a dish to share. Our “dining out dollars” (what would have been spent eating out) are sent to programs empowering women worldwide. For more information, contact Mary Crawley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generational & Life Stage Groups
Our generational fellowship groups are age-centered but not age-exclusive. All are welcome.
20/30s. A group for twentysomethings and thirtysomethings, single and partnered, with kids and without. Activities include lunch the third Sunday of the month, parties, and more. For more info, contact Joanna Smith.
Unitots. UniTots is a group for families with infants and toddlers. We meet each month for a social gatherings and a monthly playgroup at off-site locations. For more info, contact Meredith Milby.
Families Together. A group for networking, fellowship and service for all families – nuclear and extended; with children or without! For more info, contact Sonya Tinsley Hook.
TBD. TBD is a social group for all born from 1950 to 1970 (or thereabouts). Regular events include a monthly Fourth Friday Party at members’ homes, second Sunday group lunches, with other activities and outings as suggested by members. For more information, email the group’s leaders at email@example.com.
Forever Young. A fellowship group of UU’s in their 60s or more. Activities include share-the-cost of dinner and drinks in member’s homes or eating out and/or attending theater together. For more info, contact Pam Kilmer or call her at 404-486-7225.
Forever 40s and 50s. A fellowship group of folks who came of age during the 1940s and 1950s. For more info, contact Dottie Powers or call her at 404-315-9301.