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Programs for This Month

Religious Education classes for youth
and children generally run concurrent with our service,
Childcare is provided for younger children.

October 6
Dr. Daniel Gleason, "Ocean Acidification: What is it and Why Should We Care?"

Georgia Southern biology professor Daniel Gleason will describe how carbon dioxide is changing the oceans' chemical balance and threatening life on land and sea. Gleason will explain the chemical processes behind ocean acidification, describe their effects on organisms, and tell us what we can do about it.

October 13
Rev. Jane Page, " A Place to Celebrate Who We Are"

Rev. Jane's message for National Coming Out Month will highlight our efforts to support and honor LGBTQ+ members, friends, and allies as we work together for equality and justice. Today's service is part of UUFS's  re-certification as a Welcoming Congregation.

October 20
Lora Cooper, "Protecting Children: How Can We Help?"

UU's first principle is that every person has inherent worth and dignity, including children. The director of Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch will explain how her nonprofit organization serves the community and what interested citizens can do to help.

October 27
Rev. Jane Page,  " A Place to Honor Life and Death"

As we approach the time of year when many people honor their dead, Rev. Jane will share a message that lifts up life and death. She will explore how our congregation is uniquely positioned to embrace and celebrate both living and dying.

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Everyone is welcome here, no matter whom you love, the color of your skin, your nationality, ethnicity, gender identity or your religious or philosophical beliefs. All who treat others with respect are invited to our religious home. 

Our Faith draws on many religious traditions, welcoming people with different beliefs. We are united by shared values, not by creed or dogma.

UUFS offers the individual a place to center oneself, programs to expand one’s heart and mind, and a supportive community in which to question, celebrate and work towards justice and peace.




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