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We are brave, curious, and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to make a difference for the good. We have a track record of standing on the side of love, justice, and peace. We have radical roots and a history as self-motivated spiritual people: we think for ourselves and recognize that life experience influences our beliefs more than anything. Visit us at https://www.uuman.org
 
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Poet Mario Benedetti writes, “The future’s coming slowly but surely… slowly but swiftly, like a dim still unnamed star.” In this service, we examine what this could mean for all of us, today. You'll hear UUMAN members share their hopes for the future which, we are told, bends toward justice. All music performed by, and "Welcomed Sadness" composed b…
 
We hear from members of the congregation about being mothers, having mothers, and not being mothers, through personal memoirs, poetry, and ad-libbing. (A note about the audio: we are continuing to have some throughput issues resulting in a reduction in quality. While noise filters have been applied to make it more listenable, we expect to have this…
 
Contrary to the service title, there will be very little "song" heard this week. An apparent issue with our Livestream bandwidth resulted in sub-par audio, and thus we are unable to bring you the sort of musical treat we experienced live in the Sanctuary. However, the newly-reassembled Chalice Choir, for the first time in two years, will light the …
 
UUMAN's congregation joins together to share what they're doing to ensure our planet's continued habitability. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Universalism is a religion based on seven moral principle…
 
Where we gather for an annual ritual created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia. We celebrate peace, beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. We also hear how (possibly) we began coloring eggs at Easter time, along with our announcements, Joys and Sorrows, and other surprises. All music performed by Ale…
 
It is thought that the age of exploration is over; that all lands that can be known are known. We think we are at the apex of evolution and modernity and believe that exploration is a thing of the past. How can we usher in a new age of exploration? This service includes a presentation by Laurette Sirkin, from The Southern Center for Human Rights, o…
 
Join us this week to hear why "do-overs" aren't just for golf foursomes, how an original piano composition can get morphed into "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and a chilling tale of a fog machine gone horribly awry. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2022. Podcast intro and outro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUM…
 
By definition, in a completely interdependent, interconnected universe, we all have a role to play. What is our role supposed to be? Might there be a role destined for us? Can we discover it? Join us as we weave the answer to this question into our service's recognition of the Transgender Day of Visibility, while welcoming new members to UUMAN. All…
 
Join our UUMAN Youth as they share their experiences and reflect on what it means to grow, look back, and move forward. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Universalism is a religion based on seven moral …
 
Holi is the Hindu “Festival of Colors” (sometimes called the “Festival of Love”). It celebrates the arrival of spring and the ultimate triumph of good over evil. What can we learn from this holiday? How might we choose to celebrate Holi here at UUMAN? All music performed, and original music composed, by Alex Pietsch. Copyright 2022. Intro and outro…
 
Might there be a common essence to everything? Might there be a common denominator? Is it energy? Matter? Dark Matter? Suffering? Fear? Love? "In The Darkness" composed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2022. "The Oneness of Everything" performed by Alex Pietsch and composed by Jim Scott https://jimscottmusic.com/ Podcast intro and outro background music …
 
What are families all about? What constitutes a family? What is a “nuclear” family? Does “family” mean different things to different people, different cultures? How does our perspective on what a family is inform our judgments? Original Music, including "Hearts Together," "Flight of the Raven, and "Little Blessings" composed and performed by Alex P…
 
Is love complicated? Is it simple? Is it "all you need?" Is there a potion? A recipe? Can it be learned in a book? And just "what does love got to do with it?" Join us for answers, and poetry. Transitional music performed by Alex Pietsch. Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking th…
 
Does UUMAN matter? Does UUMAN create ripples in the pond of your life? Ripples in the pond of our community? In the world? Is this anything one can measure? Original music performed and composed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2022. Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to g…
 
We’ve all likely experienced people who “push our buttons.” Just what are our buttons anyway? Why do we have them? What do they tell us about ourselves? Join us for all this, plus an explanation of labyrinths, labyrinth crawls, and why some people who annoy us nevertheless should be offered cake. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsc…
 
What does spirituality look like for an atheist? How might an atheist access prayer, experience transcendence, or find spiritual connection? How might an atheist resonate with language of reverence (God, holy, sacred) by expanding their definitions? Join us as we explore atheist-accessible spirituality and spiritual practice. "Transporting" and "Sw…
 
Join us for this lay-led service featuring original messages and readings as we share the message of this great leader to guide us on our way. Our Director of Religious Exploration and Membership shares with us their message of a healing pause. Original music, including "Transporting", copyright 2022 by Alex Pietsch. Background intro music by Tim M…
 
Why it was A-Ok to wish someone a Merry Christmas this past Friday. Original music performed and composed by Alex Pietsch. Copyright 2022. Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UU…
 
Not getting what they wanted for Christmas might be a child’s first introduction to such disappointment. Throughout life, how do we deal with not getting what we want? Answers courtesy of a stoic Roman emperor and unpacked M&Ms, among others. Hear as well from this month's 50/50 recipient, the Fulton County Remembrance Coalition: https://www.fulton…
 
UUism is seriously lacking Black folx. And the ones that this faith attracts and retains tend to be the embodiment of Black Excellence. Black UUs can burn brightly as dedicated volunteers, board presidents, church leaders, and the heads of UU organizations but can face equally dramatic burn out. This is both a spiritual and a justice issue. Can a B…
 
The New Testament has differing stories of the birth of Jesus. What’s the story? And why? More importantly, what are the stories supposed to mean and signify? Music performed by Alex Pietsch. Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can …
 
On the final day of our UU Chalica holiday we focus on our 7th UU Principle: Respect for the Interdependent Web All of Existence of Which We are a Part. [Due to technical issues, we join Rev. Dave's story about two dogs engaged in speed competition, in-progress] Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we …
 
The story of Thanksgiving goes back to the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock. Yet before they were here there were already people here – loving their loved ones and living their lives. In this episode we'll hear some of their stories – stories of creation, stories of love, and the ubiquitous trickster tales. All of this Sunday's service music pe…
 
After 20 months, UUMAN opened its doors to hold an in-person Sunday Service, a Water Communion Ingathering. Original music performed and composed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2021. Opening background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more …
 
This week's service features your UUMAN Board sharing their vision of how best to achieve our church home's mission. Which is, in case you've forgotten, to "nurture the spirit, strive for justice, and transform the world." This service's original music was composed and performed by Alex Pietsch. "Revolutionary Love," "Moving Forward," "Holy Disturb…
 
According to the Transgender Law Center, “First established in 2009, TransParent Day is celebrated every year on the first Sunday in November as a day to celebrate life and the love between transgender parents and their children and transgender children and their parents.” In this service, you'll hear from families who share their experiences. (A n…
 
In this service, we remember those who have passed over the course of the year. Let us remember how they have shaped our lives in ways we could not have imagined. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Unive…
 
Are we alone in the universe? Are we not? What are the implications of your answer (whatever it is)? UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Universalism is a religion based on seven moral principles which pr…
 
This week's service notes that many indigenous communities have memory keepers, storytellers, servants of memory whose purpose is to remember. How is this different than the role of the historian? What is the deeper purpose of these servants of memory? Who are our memory keepers? But first you'll hear a Worship Associate's reflection and a story fo…
 
The nine-day Hindu holiday of Navaratri takes place between Oct 7 – 15 and celebrates the goddess Durga. The sermon examines the meaning of this celebration and its place within the larger context of Hindu Shaktism. You'll also hear a Story for All Ages, and the usual news and announcements. This service was conducted via Zoom and its sound quality…
 
Where and how Unitarian Universalists stand for reproductive justice as we address the current attack on reproductive rights. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch (c) 2021: "Summer's End" "Moving Time" "Remembering" "Showering of Golden Leaves" "Autumn's Joy" Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. Unitarian Universalist Met…
 
This question gets asked a lot, by newcomers and long-time UUs alike! As UUs, we encourage each other’s spiritual development as we search for truth and meaning. Our lay leader this week, Amanda Bralley, and several of our members share what being UU means to them. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2021. Intro music b…
 
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement begins at sundown on Wednesday. It is the holiest day of the year in Judaism; a day when atonement is sought for wrongs committed. How do you seek forgiveness? To what extent are you willing to go to get it? To give it? A note about the audio: this was a live Zoom service, and as a consequence the sound quality was …
 
This week you'll hear Ayanna explain why religious education still matters even though the world is clearly falling to bits (it matters so much we're cranking up the fall Sunday School year starting NEXT SUNDAY). Then around the seventeen minute mark, barks! And Reverend Dave's blessings. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for takin…
 
We've all heard "slippery slope" arguments. We've all (probably) made them. Does a slippery slope even exist? Along with this week's sermon topic, join us for the usual merriment including improv comedy, announcements, and an extra special preview of next Sunday's Blessing of the Animals. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch, (c) 2…
 
Do UUs have a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy when it comes to revealing their own faith/belief systems? Join Rev. Dave Dunn as his sermon explores this theme. We also hear tales from Worship Associate Amanda Bralley and our Membership Coordinator/RE Director Ayanna Kafi. Original music performed and composed by Alex Pietsch includes "What Tomorrow …
 
Join the "beginners" Dave Dunn, Ayanna Kafi, and Jim Nickens as they bravely provide the on-camera talent for UUMAN's first ever livestreamed Sunday service. The jitters are included at no extra charge. Original music composed (and performed LIVE) by Alex Pietsch: ""Looking Inside" and "Inside These Walls". (c) Copyright 2021. Intro background musi…
 
Some of our plans have been put on hold because the Covid virus is mutating but, as we learn from this service, "two can play that game." We have plans of our own! We may have some more re-imagining and reinventing to do. Join Dave Dunn, Ayanna Kafi, Shelley Nagrani, and our congregation as we share in this recorded online Zoom service just how we'…
 
As a part of the "Living Our UU Principles" series, the team who worked to install sustainable energy systems at Mimosa Hall in Roswell share their thoughts with us. Original music by Alex Pietsch: "My Soul's Deep Emotion" "In Motion" "Midtown" (c) copyright 2021 Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay We are the Unitarian Universalist Metro …
 
UUMAN's new Director of Religious Exploration recently got diagnosed with ADHD. In this service, she marks this amazing moment as well as talks about the difference it makes in her life and how she had all of the skills/tools needed to use her ADHD brain but was working with the wrong operating manual, so to speak. The Unitarian Universalist Metro …
 
Chris Wilson takes us on a journey examining how the world's faiths - including a belief system "made up" by a film director - figure in to harnessing one's own super powers. We are a welcoming congregation and thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitaria…
 
Noël Lemen shares her experiences with homelessness and reflects how our faith system's mission intertwines with that of the Family Promise program's. We are a welcoming congregation and thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Universalism is a reli…
 
This week we're rebroadcasting Sunday morning service from the First Unitarian Church of Minneapolis during the 2021 General Assembly, after an introductory message from UUMAN's Worship Associate. We are a welcoming congregation and thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at …
 
An Episcopalian educator infiltrates a small UU church’s religious education program for children and youth and captures everyone’s heart just in time for her exit. Testimonials and Bible stories included. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch: "In The Now" "Sacred Space" "Sol Salutations" © 2021 Learn more about our congregation at…
 
This service, closest to the Summer Solstice, focuses on words about light, change and transformation. Where will these words lead us as we re-emerge from this isolation? To learn more about Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North, please visit us at https://www.uuman.org/ Original music composed by Alex Pietsch: "Amethyst Points" "Golden Light"…
 
Two speakers share their stories of living their beliefs by engaging in very different tasks beyond Sunday worship. One, being on the Board of Historic Preservation and the other, becoming a foster parent. Original music "Jolie" and "Reflect, Recharge, Renew" composed by Alex Pietsch Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay For more informatio…
 
Exploring the importance of the laity’s voice in achieving UUMAN’s mission, with Shelley Nagrani, Amanda Bralley, Mike Chambers, Bruce Langston, and Alex Pietsch. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch. For more information visit UUMAN at https://www.uuman.org/ Intro and outro music by Tim Moor of Pixabay.…
 
Unitarian Margaret Fuller was truly a woman ahead of her time. A contemporary to Emerson, Parker and other Transcendentalists, she was every bit their equal. At the New York Tribune, she became the first full-time book reviewer in American journalism and its first female editor. What is her legacy today? This service includes original music compose…
 
Becoming a woman today is not defined solely by puberty, birthing, physical appearance, or a traditional gender role. Poetry and a personal story of growth highlight how life changes affect any female person, cisgender, or non-binary. Our focus today is to foster a culture of acceptance for all genders. In this episode, you'll hear our new RE direc…
 
As a congregation in a pandemic, as much as we’d like “to get back to normal,” is there a normal to get back to? Has the game changed? Is the pandemic merely a wake-up call? Might we have to adapt and change? https://www.uuman.org/services/going-back-to-abnormal/
 
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