Events Archive

Elena   Carlson
Sunday, May 13, 2012 - 7:00am
R.E.A.C.H.'s Latino Outreach

Elena Carlson, a part-time employee with R.E.A.C.H. in Macon County will share the ever-expanding Latino Outreach programs including a community garden, sewing projects, Latino Women Support Group in seeking personal & educational needs/goals. Join us as we celebrate Mother's Day. 

Rev. Michael   Carter
Sunday, March 17, 2013 - 7:00am
The Pebble In My Shoe

Rev. Michael Carter.  There is a wonderful line from "The Godfather Part 3" that I absolutely love. Al Pacino plays the role of Mafia Don, Michael Corleone, who is the head of the Corleone Crime Family in New York. After much bloodshed (both his father and brother Sonny are now Dead) he longs to become a "legit businessman," but no matter what he does he cannot escape the life of organized crime. In one seen, Pacino's character says, "Everytime I try to get out they keep pulling back in."

This has been my experiece with the teachings of Jesus. His teachings and life have been the pebble in my shoe. I invite you to explore what it can mean to be a Unitarian Universalist Christian and a follower of the teachings of Jesus.


Frank   Casper
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 7:00am
Faith in Film

Frank Casper takes us to the movies, where we find some surprising spiritual insights in likely and unlikely places. Lights down. Roll the film.

Service Leader: Mary Teslow

Frank   Casper
Sunday, November 1, 2015 - 6:00am
The Spirituality of the Body

Frank Casper. Fall means cooler temps, wool clothing, colorful trees, and football, among other things. But it also means, for many, nostalgia. There is no shame in good memories.

But now the days are short, I'm in the autumn of my years
And I think of my life as vintage wine
From fine old kegs
From the brim to the dregs
It poured sweet and clear
It was a very good year

Frank Sinatra

Lois   Cavanagh-Daley
Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 6:00am
Three Samurai Cats: A Buddhist Folk Tale for UUs

Samurai PawRev. Lois Cavanagh-Daley. Three Samurai Cats is a Zen Buddhist folktale telling the story of a frustrated nobleman, a greedy rat who loves rice balls, three samurai cats, and their efforts to outsmart the rat! Come and hear this humorous tale, and reflections on what message it conveys to Unitarian Universalists.

The Rev. Lois Cavanagh-Daly will be our guest speaker. She is an ordained interfaith minister and a member of the UU Fellowship of Raleigh. She has served as President Elect, President, and Past President of the Fellowship in recent years. She completed an 18 month volunteer position in June, 2014, at All Souls in Durham. As a pastoral associate, she provided pulpit supply, pastoral care and community outreach on an as needed basis to the congregation. Lois will begin her third unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at Wake Med in Raleigh in January.

Rev. Lois   Cavanagh-Daley
Sunday, May 17, 2015 - 7:00am
Flower Communion

Flower WreathRev. Lois Cavanagh-Daley. Rev. Dr. Norman Capek is one of the heroes of our faith. To hear his story⎯to hear it again or to hear it for the first time⎯is to re-create and re-affirm us as people of a particular faith. One writer has said, in speaking of Dr. Capek, "To find synthesized in one man a love of country, an expression of simple,yet sensitive and symbolic beauty, and a dedication in his liberal leadership of his church so firm and enduring that it does not quail before impending martyrdom is so rare an event as to impel one to learn more about his life and works.”

Before his death at the hands of the Nazis, Dr. Capek introduced to his Prague Unitarian Church the flower ceremony he called "Flower Communion." This Sunday we celebrate and memorialize with the exchange of flowers. Please remember to bring a few flowers to exchange with others.

Rev. Lois   Cavanagh-Daley
Sunday, April 24, 2016 - 7:00am
The Covenant of Passover: What It Means for Unitarian-Universalists

Rev. Lois Cavanagh-Daley returns to share her reflections on the meaning of covenant at Passover for Unitarian-Universalists.

Service Leader: Stephen Bowling

Rev. Lois   Cavanagh-Daley
Sunday, July 16, 2017 - 7:00am
Henry David Thoreau: Environmentalist, Transcendentalist, and Historian: What His Legacy Means to Unitarian-Universalists

Rev. Lois Cavanagh-Daley. Henry David Thoreau: Environmentalist, Transcendentalist, and Historian:  Reverend Lois Cavanagh-Daley will reflect on the multi-faceted life of Henry David Thoreau,and what his legacy can mean to UUs as we struggle to protect our global ecosystems and our democratic processes.

  Celebration Hall
Saturday, April 9, 2011 - 1:00pm
Celebration Hall Celebration

Join in on the great celebration party this Saturday, April 9th, from 5 PM to 7 PM in Celebration Hall. We are celebrating our wonderful progress to date on our new building, in building our church community and outreach efforts, and acknowledging and celebrating our journey in this process. We are also celebrating our recent large gift and other donations towards making our long-awaited lift (small elevator) soon a reality!

Music performed by Scott Hooker and Janna Nelson. Pot luck heavy appetizers and desserts. Let's relax and socialize with each other and christen that dance floor! Members, families, friends, visitors, all invited. The more the merrier!

Time   Change
Saturday, March 7, 2015 - 10:00pm
Time Change - Spring Forward

Time ChangeTime Springs Forward
this Sunday at 2am.

Check  your smoke detector.