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  • November 29
    Gratitude Sunday - "Creating Thank You Notes to the Universe"

    The Rev.Jason Shelton, Director of Lifespan Religious Education Marguerite Mills, Intern Minister Meghann Robern and Worship Associate Rachel Rogers
    We will explore how we can take the tasks of our day-to-day lives and use them to find the abundance surrounding each of us.
  • December 6
    In Praise of Bringing Forth

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associate, Jill Fellow
    In the Advent story Mary discovers she has the power to bring forth a child. In another story Mary encourages that child, now a young man, to bring forth his own powers. We invite you to turn within and consider what powers you are preparing to bring forth.
  • December 13
    Finding the Light

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associate Shelby Freeman

    We will explore myths and legends from Greece, Israel and Westeros that remind us to be grateful for light - as a metaphor and for real.
  • December 20
    Family Traditions: a Holiday Celebration for All Ages
    The Revs. Gail Seavey and Jason Shelton, DLRE Marguerite Mills, Intern Minister Meghann Robern and Sara Green
    The individual families that make up this congregation have ancestors from all over the world, bringing a great diversity to our holiday traditions. You are invited to bring an ornament to hang on our World Family Tree that symbolizes one of your family traditions, so that we can celebrate the holidays as one great family.
  • December 24
    Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols (Thursday Evening)

    5:30 p.m. Family Celebration: All congregation Christmas pageant, child dedication, family choir and candlelight.
    9 p.m. Music Celebration: Lessons and carols with choir and candlelight.
  • December 27
    The Way of Ignorance
    The Rev. Gail Seavey
    New Year reflections on an attitude of gratitude for surprise, doubt, worry, and having absolutely no idea about what lies before us.

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Items of interest from the staff, committees and the board

  • Tennessee Citizens Rally and Vigil for Refugees
    Tennessee Citizens Rally and Vigil for Refugees Monday, November 23, 2015 6 pm Legislative Plaza, Nashville Governor Haslam has made a statement asking the federal government to not send Tennessee any Syrian refugees until the state has more input. However, (more ....)
  • Black Lives Matter Banner
    The Beloved Community Committee proposed a  question during the reflection time following the Black Lives Matter worship service. What do you think about posting a banner on our church property that says "Black Lives Matter"? We had great discussions that (more ....)
  • Urban Hike November 21, 10 a.m.
    Join Steve Jones and Emily Cathcart for an “Urban” hike on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. The hike will meander through downtown Nashville for 4-5 miles at an easy-going pace with plenty of stops to take in the sights and (more ....)
  • Portara Concert directed by Jason Shelton
    Ever since the first humans came into consciousness, we have looked to the night sky with a sense of awe, terror, and wonder. The mysteries of the stars have been the stuff of myth and legend, and artists have tried (more ....)
  • Foster Child Angel Tree Program
    FUUN congregants have the opportunity to make the holidays a little brighter this year for children in foster care. Davidson County Community Advisory Board (DCCAB) is pleased to announce the annual Foster Child Christmas Program for 2015. The Department of (more ....)
  • Focus Groups Forming
    The Strategic Planning Committee has completed our Needs Assessment, and are moving forward coordinating Focus Groups to gain congregational input. The Focus Groups will be guided by three themes that emerged from the Assessment: Leadership/Shared Ministry, Nurturing Spiritual Growth, and (more ....)
  • Who are We and from Where do We Come?
    The map on the bulletin board will help the Strategic Planning Task Force answer those questions. If you haven’t put your dot on, please do so soon. We want you and your location included! -Ibba Surface
  • Interfaith Climate Vigil
    All Are Invited Thursday, December 3, 7:00 pm, Belmont United Methodist Church sanctuary, 2007 Acklen Ave, Nashville, corner of 21st Ave South and Acklen Ave in Hillsboro Village. Interfaith Lithurgy and witness to the urgent need to reduce climate change (more ....)
  • Global Climate March
    Global Climate March Saturday, November 28, 11:00 am In front of Hillsboro High School, 3812 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN We will meet in front of Hillsboro High School and march up and down Hillsboro Road handing out fliers and engaging (more ....)
  • Holiday Poinsettia Fundraiser
    It's time to purchase your holiday Poinsettias. Besides being a beautiful addition to your home for the holidays or a lovely gift, your purchase financially supports the Church. This year you may purchase a plant to be placed in the (more ....)
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