Oct 22 - The Quest for Understanding

We haven’t heard from Jess Brown in a while so a talk from her is long overdue! And it’s perfect for United Nations Day because she’s sharing ideas with us about the Quest for Understanding ... about bridging the gaps between people on opposite sides of any issue. Don’t miss this!


 

Oct 29 - Rev. Melissa

Rev. Melissa Mummert is back with us, bringing a program about the Quest for Spiritual Enlightenment. Since it’s Melissa, you know this will be full of deep insight and probably some fine music as well. Be with us for this!


 

Nov 5 - Family

Today we begin a new monthly theme: Family! And our own Lee Shackleford starts the month off with some thoughts and feelings about how the concept of family has changed over the years.

Because it's Lee, Shakespeare and the Hebrew Bible come into it somehow.

November 5th is also the end of Daylight Saving Time. For better or for worse.


 

Change the World

change the world Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee’s OCTOBER project to “CHANGE the World” will benefit First Step Domestic Violence Services & Shelter.

FIRST STEP is part of the local community agency Family Guidance Center, which provides specialized support & emergency services AND works to increase awareness and end the problem of domestic violence in our community.

You can leave your spare change (or larger donation) in our CHANGE jar in the front foyer. Thanks!


 

Covenant Groups

Covenant Groups

Covenant groups are groups of six-to-eight people who meet every two weeks to form deeper personal connections and share stories on topics of faith, core values, and universal life experiences.This form of small group ministry is an excellent way to:

- experience lived UU values and perspectives
- make a personal connection with a few members of the larger congregation
- explore your own spiritual journey in a social setting

Maybe you'd like to join one! To try one out, please contact Rev. Melissa Mummert (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Gabriele Weinberger (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


 

Proud to be an LGBTQ welcoming congregation

Street Address:
833 5th St. SE
Hickory, NC 28602
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 9164
Hickory, NC 28603

828-270-7826

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