Star of David with flaming chaliceSunday, August 26th at 10 AM

The Jewish Roots of Unitarian Universalism

Rev. Julie Conrady

Muslims, Jews, and Unitarians, Oh My! Recent research shows the Muslim and Jewish communities had more influence on the early European Unitarians than previously expected. Join Reverend Julie Conrady as she continues to explore our historical ties and discuss our quest for the future together. In addition, on this Sunday, we will recognize new members.


Text Illustration Featuring Construction Tools That Represent Labor DaySunday, September 2nd at 10 AM

Labor Day: Not Just for Cookouts!

Rev. Julie Conrady

The plight of the American worker has been changing for years, and yet recently was hit with even more challenges. How do we live out our Unitarian Universalist values in light of such changes? What is the role of volunteerism?


Sunday, September 9th at 10 AM, TBA

John Archibald is the speaker


Sunday, September 16th at 10 AM

A Place for Us

A sense of belonging is fundamental to our experience as human beings. Most people are grateful to find a community where they feel at home, or they are seeking one. Unitarian Universalism provides such and environment for many, and yet not all. How do we walk the line between creating cohesive communities and making room for the stranger?

Rev. Carlton E. Smith is an ordained UU minister and a member of our Unitarian Universalist Association Congregational Life Staff for the Southern Region. He lives in the Memphis area.

Sunday, September 23rd at 10 AM TBA


Sunday, September 30th at 10 AM TBA