Raise your hand if you are an artist. We are going to take you through two stories of creation, and together we will discover the conditions we need to reach that holy, egoless ecstasy of creating something where there was nothing. A couple of weeks ago I was invited to attend the Atlanta Press Club’s […]
COME, fill the Cup, and in the fire of Spring Your Winter-garment of Repentance fling: The Bird of Time has but a little way To flutter—and the Bird is on the Wing. “Fill the cup that clears today of past regrets and future fears; for tomorrow, I may be myself with yesterday’s seven-thousand years” The […]
It was Pride Sunday several weeks ago, and the parade was done. I was headed home. I caught MARTA and took it to Lindbergh Station, where I’d parked my car hours earlier. The parking ticket was carefully tucked away in my wallet, for I knew that the parking was free but only if the […]
Friday through Sunday of last week I was with some of the men of our congregation at their annual retreat at The Mountain and Learning Center in Highlands, North Carolina. I’m in my ninth year at UUCA and I had never joined them before. It was way past time. And I’m so glad I […]
Next Gen is a social group for UUCA members and friends born approximately 1965-1985. The next party will be on Saturday, September 21, 7:30 pm at the home of Cheryl
Next Gen is a social group for UUCA members and friends born approximately 1965-1985. The next party will be on Saturday, September 21, 7:30 pm at the home of Cheryl DeBrosse. Details will come in an email. (Join our list: contact NextGen@uuca.org) Hosts provide non-alcoholic beverages and ask you to bring other drinks and snacks. We hope you can join us!
“The Work of Play”
Cognitive psychologist Jean Piaget believed children use their current mental abilities to solve problems because they can pretend the world is different from the way it really
“The Work of Play”
Cognitive psychologist Jean Piaget believed children use their current mental abilities to solve problems because they can pretend the world is different from the way it really is; Lev Vygotsky believed play develops cognitive powers and encourages abstract thought. How can we harness an ethos of playfulness to freely imagine new worlds and bring them forth.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) is one of the largest Unitarian Universalist congregations in the United States, with roots in Atlanta going back more than 120 years.
We are a community of faith that encourages and supports the individual spiritual quests of its members, who share a respect for the inherent worth and dignity of every person and a commitment to social justice.
UUCA’s 700 members and contributing friends hail from all corners of the Atlanta area and represent many diverse backgrounds.