Thank you to all who attended our vigil to mourn the lives lost in the horrific murders of March 16th, 2021. We continue our commitment to seeking justice for the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community. Find educational resources here, sign up for Bystander Intervention training here, and stay up-to-date with different action items here. We are honored to stand in solidarity with our beloved AAPI community members.


Please joins us via livstream, Sundays at 11 am eastern

We’re Saving A Seat for You!

Join us on Sunday for our virtual service at 11:00 am. Grab your coffee and chalice, get settled, and say “Hi” in the live chat. Join us in your PJs or your Sunday best. Either way, we are glad to have you with you.

Services are led by Acting Senior Minister, Rev. Taryn Strauss, with music from Donald Milton III, Director of Music, and other talented musicians in Atlanta.  For information on upcoming services, including the the Sunday program that contains chalice lighting words and song lyrics, sign up for the UUCA Weekly Update. 

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Sermon Series: How We Thrive!


During these unprecedented times, our spiritual resources will help us to thrive.  Our UU faith calls us to new ways of life, and new ways of being in relationship with each other.  So much will be reborn as our resilience takes shape. Some of what has guided us before this pandemic will no longer suffice.  Our strengthened faith calls us to seek deeper truth and more expansive love than we ever thought was possible.  It will be hard, we know, and the road will be muddy and rough but we’ll get there.  

We know we will.

During these worship series, we will offer a take-home spiritual practice to get you through until next Sunday. You are invited to send photos of yourselves watching our livestream worship or lighting your at-home chalice to or post on our Facebook page.


December 13, 2020 – The Body Keeps The Score

The Body Keeps The Score Rev. Taryn Strauss We are in a time of collective trauma.  We have held the trauma in our bodies.  Healing is possible.  Mindfulness, support networks, yoga and new techniques like neurofeedback are all essential tools for trau …

December 6, 2020 – Breaking Down the Door

Breaking Down the Door – An Active Hope Rabbi Joshua Lesser Rabbi Jonathan Sacks taught that optimism is the belief that things are going to get better; hope is the belief that we can make things better.  Rather than treat hope as a passive virtue, we …

November 29, 2020 – Grit in the Face of Chaos

Grit in the Face of Chaos What qualities and what emotional and spiritual resources must we develop to remain steadfast as the pandemic stretches into its tenth month and uncertainty reigns? As we explore the Qualities of Resilience, we consider that “ …

November 22, 2020 – Impractical Gratitude

Impractical Gratitude No spiritual practice is more important now than an ethic of gratitude, which brings meaning to a troubled existence and keeps us entwined in mutual interdependence. Before 11am: Religious Education classes start today! 10:00 – 10 …

November 15, 2020 – Seeking Joy

Seeking Joy Distinguishing between pleasure and joy, we open ourselves to joy and in doing so, make ourselves vulnerable to loss and heartbreak. But joy can take hold of our memories and carry us through our darkest hours. How is joy connected to faith …

Nov 8, 2020 – History has its Eyes on Us

History has its Eyes on Us There is an Infinite Love holding us. This Love is greater than us, beyond us and before us. How do we live a life in service to that Infinite Love? We can trust in that Love even when we have lost trust in each other. Before …

Pastoral Care

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Your Minster and Lay Ministers are here for you in times of deep sorrow and joy. UUCA has a network of trained and loving Lay Ministers that support our community members 365 days a year. To connect with a Lay Minister, call our Pastoral Care Line at (404) 634-5130 or email us at