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  • April 13
    Saved by Character
    The Rev. Gail Seavey
    The Unitarian path toward wholeness calls us to make a positive mark upon the world – the definition of “good character.” We are therefore not saved unless we try to help our families, neighborhoods, city, nation or world be made more whole. The Unitarian commitment to social, economic and environmental justice – the commitment to save the world one person, one act, one moment at a time - is our salvation.
  • April 20
    Saved by Love

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Cynthia Stewart
    The Universalist path toward wholeness calls us to love this world. We celebrate Easter today inspired by Universalists who honored the life of Jesus for teaching us how to love Love itself by loving our neighbors and ourselves.
  • 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.
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  • Dining Out For Life - April 22
    LGBT+Allies invites you to Dining Out for Life, which benefits Nashville Cares, at the Copper Pony Grille on Tuesday, April 22 at 6 p.m. Click on the title above for more information.
  • Faith Development Workshop: April 25-26
    The UU Church of Chattanooga will be presenting "Practicing the Heart of Our Liberal Faith: Love Beyond Belief." Click above for more details!
  • Easter Egg Hunt
    Bring your baskets! There will be an Easter Egg Hunt between services on Easter Sunday, April 20.
  • Special Service: Maundy Thursday Communion and Foot Washing
    Join us on Thursday, April 17 at Greater Nashville Unitarian Universalist Congregation for a joint service led by the Rev. Gail Seavey and GNUUC interim minister Rachel Lonberg. This service combines Gail's past experience ministering to an historic Universalist church and Rachel's experience connecting the ministry of Jesus to her previous work for reconciliation and peace in Eastern Europe. The Universalist communion is served at an open table, at which all are welcome.
  • FUUN Passover Seder: Friday, April 18
    Join us on Friday, April 18 at 5:45 p.m. in the social area for our Passover Seder. The Passover Seder is an ancient Jewish tradition that recounts the Israelites' flight from bondage in Egypt and celebrates freedom. The Seder is both a service and shared sumptuous meal, and includes music, prayer, interactive reading, a special game for children, and one of the greatest stories of all time. Click the title above for more information.
  • Wednesday Night Dinner at 6 p.m. in the FUUN Social Area
    Adult meals: $8; youth 11-17: $5; children 3-10: $3; children 2 and younger are free. Vegetarian entree always available. 4/16/14 Menu: chicken stir fry, rice, and dessert.
  • 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 on Saturday, May 3. 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!
  • 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
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