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World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day Rev. Duncan Teague Find HIV/AIDS Prevention & Service Providers Find If services are not found in results, try zooming out on the map. For more information on this service, please visit HIV.gov. December 1st is World AIDS Day.One would not wish you a “Happy World AIDS Day,” but what do we wish …

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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 THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us through this campaign. We have three more …

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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 Assembly in New Orleans, LA, June 21-25, 2017.

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 of Atlanta. Thank you for your support so far. You made our goal of $15,000 …

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We are family

Remembering Jim Key

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 leader, who cared deeply for our movement and all people. A video from four years …

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Rev. Wylie Hughes

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 rural high school. She told countless stories of how she and her brothers and sisters …

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My Thank You for HR #290

My Thank You for HR #290 First giving honor to the Source of Creation, and to Speaker Ralston, Representative Cannon, Representative Waites, the other kind members of our Georgia House of Representatives who signed this resolution, the LGBTQ community leaders, advocates and friends who worked to see this happen: I am so humbled. I am overwhelmed with …

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