Sep 24: When to Let Go

Our own Dr. Katherine Farris knows a lot about making tough choices, as suggested by the title of her talk: “When to Be Resilient, When to Let Go.”


 

Sep 29: A Little Night Music!

It’s a musical revue starring some of our own musical talent! We’re calling it “A Little Night Music” and it’s going to be a delight. Keep watching this space for details!


 

Oct 1: Rev. Melissa Leads the Quest

Superheroes SilhouetteOur theme for October is “Quest,” and Rev. Melissa Mummert helps us kick it off with a multigenerational service where we come representing (dressed as?) someone we consider an epic hero. Fun for all ages!


 

Oct 4 and 18: The Roots of Yoga

YogaTwo Deeply Insightful Explorations of Yoga's Origins


You practice it, you love it ... where did it come from? What does it mean?


Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7-8 pm: Yoga in Ancient and Medieval India
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 7-8 pm: The Journey of Yoga to America


Dr. Lola Williamson, Emeritus Associate Professor of Religious Studies, taught Asian and World Religions at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS, before recently retiring to Hickory. She has published books and articles about yoga in the West and lectured on the topic throughout the U.S. Her interest in the history and philosophy of yoga stems from 47 years of practicing yoga.

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Change the World

outrightchange the worldSocial Concerns/Social Justice Committee’s SEPTEMBER project to “CHANGE the World” will benefit OUTright Youth of Catawba Valley, a local non-profit that provides safe space and support for LGBTQ youth ages 12-23. With educational programs, social activities, peer support groups and community outreach, OUTright Youth reduces isolation and damage of these youth and serves as a vehicle for positive change in our community. You can leave your spare change (or larger donation) in our CHANGE jar in the front foyer...


 

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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