Upcoming Services

Sunday, August 9

Bless the Poets

James Baldwin writes that "love does not begin and end the way we think it does."

 

Love at its best mingles tenacity and grit with joy and affection. With an election on the horizon and a renewed reckoning with racial justice unfolding in our country, we will explore other dimensions of love of country, taking seriously what love demands of us.

Worship Leader: Rev. Eve Stevens, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte

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Recent Services

Sunday, August 2

COVID as Threshold

This period has been a time of stepping into an unknown room from what we called Normal to something else. We think of a threshold as that crossover from one space into another. Thresholds may be marked by a change in flooring, or a door. We scarcely notice as we walk through doors into another room, or from outside to inside. This threshold is far different. It affects every part of our lives. How do we keep our inner spiritual compass functioning as we are confronted with the New Life as it will be in our unknown future?

Worship Leader: Rev. Dillman Baker Sorrells

July 26, 2020

Rev. Christina Branum-Martin's Ordination

The Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sandy Springs, Georgia invites you to the online Ordination of Christina Branum-Martin, UUFC’s incoming interim minister. 

The ordination will be a part of the morning worship services for four congregations whose ministers and leaders will be participating in the service:

-- Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sandy Springs, Georgia

-- Abundant LUUv Congregation in Atlanta, Georgia

-- Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett, Georgia

-- Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Clemson, South Carolina

Join in the celebration of this important rite of our Unitarian Universalist heritage as we honor Christina’s call to shared ministry.

SUNDAY, July 19

Reflections on Detention

​Reflections on entry to a totally new and unchosen world; how this transpired; how it was endured. Hope can be found through meditation practice, through love; through goal setting and strength offered from community. 

Worship Leader: Kathy Crain

SUNDAY, July 12

Rev. Terre Balof's Farewell Service

Please join us on Sunday, July 12 as we celebrate our eight years of shared ministry with The Reverend Terre Balof. While we cannot be together in person, we will honor her work through song and word as well as say goodbye and send her forth into her new ministry in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Worship Leaders: Virginia Parrish-Loy and Karen Hiebel

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Clemson, SC  29631

864-654-5959    info@uufc.org

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