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Heart Hunters is the current name for the duo formed by Brianna McGeehan, a Portland, Oregon native, and Drew de Man, who grew up in Georgia.  Their voices blend in richly hued harmony, wrapping themselves around songs of love and loss, spiritual yearning, and social justice. Their luscious harmonies are often decorated with South American […]

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WHAT IS UUCA YOUTH LEADERSHIP & SOCIAL JUSTICE CAMP? UUCA Youth Leadership and Social Justice Camp is a week-long program that provides teens ages 14 to 18 with a unique summer opportunity to interact with a diverse group of youth who come together to build a community based on inclusivity, respect, and understanding. The camp […]

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Olive Hemmings, who holds a Ph.D. in Theology, Ethics, and Culture from Claremont Graduate University, has taught at Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica and currently teaches at Washington Adventist University in Maryland in the areas of Bible; New Testament Greek; World Religions; Social, Biblical, and Theological Ethics; and Dogmatic Theology. She is an ordained Seventh […]

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The June Underground Coffeehouse is an opportunity for local musicians to share their talents with the Atlanta community. If you have been wishing for a chance to sing or play your guitar (or banjo or flute or harp or…whatever) for an appreciative audience  mark your calendar for Saturday, June 24th, and come to the UUCA […]

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Peter Martin Junker, a native of Phoenix, Arizona, studied religion at Arizona State and received an MFA in creative writing from the Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa. After working as an editor in museum publications at The Art Institute of Chicago, he had a long career in nonprofit development as a grantwriter and […]