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Installation of The Reverend Doctor Gaye Williams Ortiz as Minister of UUCA

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta Joyfully Requests the Honor of your Presence at the Installation of The Reverend Doctor Gaye Williams Ortiz as Minister. Please join us on Saturday, September 23rd 2017, at 2 o’clock in the Afternoon for this happy occasion. Reception will immediately follow.  

Tai Chi Coming to UUCA

Tai Chi Coming to UUCA Wednesdays – 10:30am Matt Rychly, who has been the Tai Chi instructor at H2U, will be holding a weekly Tai Chi class Wednesdays at 10:30am in the Sanctuary. He teaches Tai Chi and Qigong in the Cheng Man Ching lineage with an emphasis on the meditative and spiritual components of … Continued

New Look and Navigation of the UUCA Website

We present a short video presentation about the new look and some of the different navigation of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta website. We hope it is informative and helpful.  New Website Look

Transportation Requests

A few church members have volunteered to give rides to members who do not have transportation, or cannot drive, to UUCA events. If you would like to arrange a ride, please let Rev. Gaye know at least three weekdays before the event: email or call 706-733-7939.

UUCA at Pride 2017

UUCA Members at Augusta Pride! On June 24th, UUCA participated in the annual Augusta Pride Parade. This is a yearly event for our congregation to participate in. Our Social Justice committee is very involved with this event. If you are interested in participating in next year’s parade or in our Social Justice committee, contact Contact: … Continued

Unitarian Universalism: A Direction, Not a Path

Unitarian Universalism is not a set of steps one takes to get to a predetermined end point. We do not preach an end, but an ongoing process. We expect to continue to learn; adapting, and improving throughout our lifetimes and passing our mission to future generations. Our heaven, the Beloved Community, will not be a … Continued

A candid welcome to Unitarian Universalism

A Candid Welcome to UU We see it all the time: Signs by doors say, “Everyone welcome here,” but we know it’s not true. We know that, because of our economic status, or sexual orientation, or gender identity, or racial or cultural background, or physical or mental ability, we are not actually welcome. As senior … Continued

Partnership Across The River

Rev. Gaye Ortiz shares the history of collaboration between the sister congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta, Georgia and the Aiken Unitarian Universalist Church in South Carolina in the latest Growing Unitarian Universalism blog. “The 60-plus years of collaboration between Aiken and Augusta has made me the minister I am today…Going forward, we … Continued