High Street Church Zoom Worship with Rev. Sarah Oglesby-Dunegan and Guest Storytellers – May 2, 2021
We often think of nurturing as a role for women and mothers, but all of us can be nurturing and all of us receive nurturing from a myriad of people and places. What happens when we extend ourselves in this way with one another? How is this connected to both the healing of the planet and ourselves simultaneously?
Today, five members share their stories about our church.
High Street Church Zoom Worship with Rev. Sarah Oglesby – April 18, 2021
Trauma lives hidden away in our bodies, and sometimes even it is passed on to us from previous generations. Can we uncover these hidden pockets of pain and engage healing? What does it mean to be embodied?
High Street Church Zoom Worship with Janisse Ray – March 14, 2021
The Ocmulgee Mounds in North Macon is now Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, and it is in the process of becoming a full National Park, but it needs your help. Janisse tells us the story of the Mounds and what you can do to help.
High Street Church Zoom Worship with Rev. Sarah Oglesby – March 7, 2021
Why are so many UU’s embracing this spiritual practice? Rev. Sarah shares her own lenten practices and theology of the oppressed, while examining the practices of UUs reclaiming traditional holidays for non-traditional theology. How can we use these as opportunities to be in conversation with Christianity without feeling co-opted by theologies that uphold oppression?
High Street Church Zoom Worship with UU Ministerial Intern Elizabeth Foster – February 14, 2021
On Valentine’s Day, EqUUal Access student minister Elizabeth Foster will offer a love letter of sorts to the overlooked heroes of the disability rights movement. She will preach about hidden disabilities, the ways in which disability has been rendered invisible in our society, and movements within our faith toward disability justice.
High Street Church Zoom Worship with Rev. Sarah Oglesby – February 7, 2021
“The central task of the religious community is to unveil the bonds that bind us each to all…for alone our vision is too narrow to see that must be seen, and our strength too limited to all that must be done. Together, our vision widens and our strength is renewed. ” Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed