Why I Walk

For over thirty years Therese Barry-Tanner has walked outdoors almost daily. What started as a necessity, became a transformative experience, and then turned into a passion. Therese will talk about how walking connects to her spirituality and has become an essential part of her life.

You Were That Close

Andy had just started a new chapter in his life, leaving his corporate job of 16 years to become a full-time freelance creative. In addition to a career change, he became a serious cyclist. His mental and physical health had never been better in his life. … read more.

Pride Sunday

Our annual Pride Sunday service is a celebration of the LGBTQ community. As Unitarian Universalists, we Stand on the Side of Love and support Pride month by inviting speakers to share their words of wisdom with us. GBAUUF is a welcoming congregation and truly, all … read more.

The Benefit of the Doubt

Our 1st Principle calls on us to honor the inherent worth and dignity of every person. This often means looking beyond behavior and giving the benefit of the doubt. As individuals, we have to decide when to say, “Oh, that’s okay!” and when to say, … read more.

Mingling of the Waters

Please bring either “living waters” from wherever your travels or activities have led you over the summer or plan on using “symbolic” water provided at the service. Participants will be invited to share what the water means to them as the water is poured and … read more.

Knowledge vs. Absolute Certainty

The Unitarian 4th Principle states: “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” In religious studies, the greatest threat to any search for understanding the Gospels of the Bible are the doctrines and dogma proclaimed by the governing institutions of most Christian denominations.  … read more.