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  • April 27
    Saved by Spring

    The Rev. Gail Seavey, the Rev. Jason Shelton and Marguerite Mills
    Young and old alike are made whole after a cold winter by celebrating spring-time rituals. We participate with the rest of nature as we nurture growing seedlings, feel awed by the beauty of blooming flowers, create colorful garlands and joyfully weave ourselves into the great web by dancing around the May Pole.
  • May 4
    Good News/Right Times for Religious Liberals: An Exploration of Brokenness and Healing/Hope

    Jim Key and the Rev. Sarah Lammert
    Jim Key is the UUA Moderator, having served our faith as a lay leader from the ground up by helping to start a new congregation in Beaufort, South Carolina, serving as its president for five years, and also serving as Vice President and then President of the Thomas Jefferson/Southeast District. He facilitated the organizing meeting for the Southern Region of the UUA and served on several committees at the UUA, which included chairing the UUA Audit Committee.

    The Rev. Sarah Lammert is a graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry and currently serves as the Director of Ministries and Faith Development at the UUA. She served congregations as a settled minister in Ogden, Utah and Ridgewood, New Jersey
  • May 11
    Reproductive Justice

    The Rev. Gail Seavey, Kat Myers and Holly Mueller
    Kat and Holly are both pursuing their master’s degree at Vanderbilt Divinity School. We will be exploring the moral dimensions of abortion and other reproductive issues from the point of view of our liberal tradition.
  • May 18
    Religious Education Sunday

    FUUN Children, Youth, Volunteers and Marguerite Mills, Director of Lifespan Religious Education
    Join us and learn how to “do-re-mi” your way through the seven principles. Worship with us as we share with you what we have learned this year. This has included learning that asking questions is itself a Unitarian Universalist value, and that we must use the answers we find to grow into our own power and to navigate the ethical questions in our lives. We will also celebrate our graduating seniors, and we will lift up and honor our abundantly generous volunteers who make it all happen.
  • May 25
    The Truth about Toxic Leadership

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Sandye Wallick
    Sometimes people complain that Unitarian Universalists have a problem with authority. However, it may be necessary to question authority to discern toxic leaders, whether at home or school, in the military, or at work, temple, church or ashram.
  • June 1
    A Celebration of Healthy Leadership

    The Rev. Gail Seavey
    Many of you have been creating models of healthy leadership. We will examine some of those positive ways to work together and get things done, as well as recognize the volunteers of this congregation.

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  • Adult Religious Education- May 2014
    Grown-up show and tell. Beethoven and Jimi Hendrix. Being "green" in the city. Click on the link above!
  • Senior High Sunday School in May
    Ninth through 12th graders are invited to join Jessie Stein and Chris Martin for class on May 4 and 11. Come at 11 a.m. for the beginning of the worship service and head out for the Youth Room after the Time for All Ages.
  • Youth FUUN in May
    From meditating to swimming on rooftops, we're having some serious FUUN in May! Click on the title above for more info!
  • Adult Religious Education- Summer 2014
    The first three Wednesdays of June, July, and August will be book club nights. The fourth Wednesdays will be game nights. Click on the title above to find out what three great books we'll be reading!
  • Call for Nominations for FUUN Leaders
    The Nominating Committee is developing a slate of candidates for leadership positions in the church, and we are seeking help from the congregation. Click on title for more information.
  • Town Hall with UUA Moderator Jim Key on May 3
    Safety Net, an action team of Social Justice, is delighted to invite you to a town hall with Jim Key, the UUA's Moderator and Board Chair, and Rev. Sarah Lammert, Director of UUA Ministries & Faith Development. Sat. May 3, 2:30 - 4:30, Sanctuary. Click the title above for more information.
  • Church Spring Picnic on May 4
    Our annual church spring picnic will be on May 4 after church from 1 to 3 p.m. at Edwin Warner Park (Site 4). Click the title above for more information.
  • Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH) is the Share the Plate Recipient for April
    FUUN is a member of NOAH, an interfaith, multiracial coalition of congregations and community organizations working to build a powerful social justice movement in Nashville . Our action team leads FUUN in organizing and collaborating for social and economic justice within our congregation and among diverse communities in Nashville . Click the title above for more information
  • Adult Religious Education - April 2014
    Nonviolent communication for parents. Worship Workshop. Packaging pressed flower products for the Herb Fair. BBC Movie and Book Discussion. Click on the link above!
  • Youth FUUN in April
    We'll bend and stretch, practice warrior pose, turn a flat piece of paper into a hat, and send our high school seniors on their way in love!
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