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SUUSI

Southeast UU Summer Institute Registration for SUUSI is now open. SUUSI is the Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute,  an  intentional  community  of  UUs  and  kindred spirits. For over 65 years we have come together for a week in July to explore our

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Rev. Teague as Panelist at Candler April 6

Rev. Teague as Panelist at Candler April 6 Rev. Teague will be part of a panel discussing The Black Church and the Sexual Exploitation of Men and Boys at Candler School of Theology, room 360, on April 6, 2018, from

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Worship every Sunday at 10:30am

Worship Sunday 10:30am Worshiping Sunday at 10:30am in the West End Community at the historic Hammonds House Museum. Come as you are, dress as you like, bring your whole self. See Directions and Parking for Hammonds House, where we meet.

Spotlight in Southern Region UUA Newsletter

Spotlight in Southern Region UUA Newsletter Our Inaugural Worship Service on February 11, 2018, was featured in the UUA Southern Region Newsletter for March 2018: We Started Abundant LUUv in the West End By Rev. Duncan E. Teague The rooms

Worship, March 4 – Imani Baskin

Ms. Imani Baskin – March 4 Abundant LUUv Congregation observes the month of March as Women’s Herstory Month Come join us in welcoming, Ms. Imani Baskin, Barrier Breaker, Change Maker! “Into Darkness; Utilizing the Personal Space of Dark Energy” Sunday,

Join with us this Sunday!

Come worship with us Sunday at 10:30am at the Hammonds House Museum.

Directions and Parking for Sunday Worship

View larger map Hammonds House Directions and Parking From the East (I-20 West) I-20 West to Exit 55 A- West End & Joseph E. Lowry Blvd. Exit (Old Ashby Street) Turn Left at Lowery, go (2) two traffic lights to

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February 11, 2018 Worship

Save the date for our first worship service! Sunday, February 11, 2018 – 10:30am. Worshiping in the West End Community at the historic Hammonds House Museum. Let us know if you will be there! Please RSVP below. Accessible Entrance Directions After

Planting Seeds of Compassion in the West End

Planting Seeds of Compassion in the West End Dinner and Silent Auction October 28, 2017, 6-9pm, Paschal’s Restaurant Get your tickets NOW!!

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Rev. Teague on The Silent Epidemic: Counting the cost of being ignored

Rev. Teague on The Silent Epidemic: Counting the cost of being ignored Rev. Duncan Teague is featured in the first of a five-part series on The silent epidemic: Black gay men and HIV, by Gracie Bonds Staples in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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We made the goal… but this Moonshot can still go higher!!

We made the goal… but this Moonshot can still go higher!! We have hit the Moonshot Campaign goal of $15,000 to support the development of three UU communities, two in Tennessee and Abundant Love here in Southwest Atlanta. A big

Abundant LUUv at UUA General Assembly

Abundant LUUv at UUA General Assembly Feeling abundant love and support from our three interim co-presidents of the UUA, the Rev. William G. Sinkford, Rev. Sofía Betancourt, and Leon Spencer, along with Rev. Mel Hoover – at the UUA General

Dr. Mtangulizi Sanyika at UUA General Assembly

Dr. Mtangulizi Sanyika (Baba) at UUA General Assembly A powerful message ​  

Working with Launchpad’s Moonshot Campaign

Working with Launchpad’s Moonshot Abundant Love Unitarian Universalist is proud to work with Launchpad‘s Moonshot campaign to fund three new communities of faith, two in the Tennessee towns of Kingston and Lenoir City, and Abundant Love in the West End community

Remembering Jim Key

We are family

Remembering Jim Key It is with sad hearts that we remember UUA Moderator Jim Key, who died June 2, 2017, while fighting cancer. He had stepped down from his position in May, citing health problems. Jim was a true servant

Racism here, there and everywhere

Racism here, there and everywhere By Rev. Wylie V. Hughes Coming from a single parent household in the South, I have experienced racism in many different forms, both directly and indirectly. My mother was the first generation to integrate her

Getting Connected!

Our website at ALUUv.org is now connected to our social media pages on: Facebook our feed and our Tumblr Blog. We also have a LinkedIn page. Visit all our pages and follow us!

We still miss you, Rev. King

Thank you for the shining light that you gave us.

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