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  • March 1
    Hearing the Outcry

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associates Anna Belle and Alan Leiserson
    We will explore the human tendency to separate from the “the other” in various forms as an underlying cause of our brokenness.  We will celebrate a ritual of healing from those separations.
  • March 8
    50 Years of Selma

    The Rev. Jason Shelton
    It has been 50 years since the marchers were beaten crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, and the conscience of the world was shocked into action. In this service we'll honor that defining moment, take stock of how far we've come since then, and look to the work that lies ahead. The choir from the UU Congregation of Atlanta will be our guests this morning, singing with our choir for a very special collaboration.
  • March 15
    Flying Together

    The Rev. Vail Weller
    What inspires the starling to move in harmony with the other birds in the group? How does your living generously lead to increased generosity in others? How might abundance transform your community? The Rev. Vail Weller is Congregational Giving Director at the Unitarian Universalist Association, and loves visiting congregations across our movement. She has served as parish minister in West Virginia, Michigan, and most recently San Mateo, California.
  • March 22
    Broken Dreams, Whole Families

    Mary Early-Zald
    What happens when the reality of our family collides with our dreams such as when parents separate?  Mary will explore how familial “brokenness” transforms into wholeness.
  • March 29
    The Yoga of Mind, Body and Memory

    The Rev. Gail Seavey and Worship Associate Valerie Martin
    Yoga means “to yoke” one to the Gods and Goddesses.  Recent studies on the human anatomy of trauma show us how traumatic injury can be healed by yoking mind, body and memory into wholeness – sometimes using yoga.

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