High Street Church In-Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – March 19, 2023
With the arrival of March comes the promise of spring—the month is said to roar in like a lion, and if we’re really lucky, roll out like a lamb. Join us this Sunday as we explore the Pagan celebration of Ostara. It’s the time of the vernal equinox if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, and it’s a true marker that Spring and warmer, sunnier days have come.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – March 12, 2023
The work and community of High Street relies on the generosity of our members and friends. This Sunday we take time to remember all the ways that High Street impacts our lives, and how as individuals we can provide the support necessary to ensure the future of this community in Macon.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. E. Arlen Goff – January 29, 2023
Unitarian Universalists, for the most part, have a “chosen” faith. Many of us were raised in other religious traditions, or in no tradition at all. However, something happened, and we found ourselves here, in a Unitarian Universalist community of faith. We probably don’t believe what we used to believe, but we may not have a clear idea of what we do believe. Now that we’re here, what now?
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – February 19, 2023
Unitarianism was officially recognized for the first time in the history of the world in the Edict of Torda. And, that proclamation is the beginning of our legacy to be a spiritual tradition that resists hatred, oppression, and the narrow view that there is only one way to be faithful, to be religious, to be free. Join us this Sunday, as we travel back in time to examine one of the world’s first proclamations of religious tolerance.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – February 12, 2023
Dr. Cornel West says that “justice is what love looks like in public.” Our commitment to personal, institutional and cultural change rooted in anti-oppression, anti-racism, and multiculturalism values and practices is love in action. So what does that mean for our beloved Principles? Join us this Sunday as we explore the work of the Article II Commission, and what it means for Unitarian Universalism into the future.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Tina Cansler Clark – February 5, 2023
A most precious awareness comes when we realize we already have everything we need inside of us to heal our wounds and to bloom into the person we want to be. I believe that applies collectively as well–we here at High Street already have what we need to become the community we want to be. The key to that becoming lies in our becoming aware of our gifts. At the Board retreat, the new board members reflected on the gifts we share as a community and we dreamed of how we want to continue to “bloom” into our world. I’ll share those dreams from the pulpit.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – January 29, 2023
This year, Rev. Amanda will embark on a spiritual journey through the Christian Bible, and she has some questions. This Sunday we’ll map out this journey in an interactive service that will guide her through this famous text. Come prepared to share your own questions about the stories of the Bible. This year-long exploration will culminate in another service in November where she hopes to answer not only her questions, but some of your too.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with Rev. Amanda Schuber – January 22, 2023
History tends to remember the loudest, the proudest and the most photogenic, but what of those brave people for whom the spotlight didn’t shine so bright? Join us this Sunday to meet the other heros of the Civil Rights movement, the ones your history books left out.
High Street Church In- Person and Zoom Worship with – Kevin Wilson – January 15, 2023
We will explore how “normal” is not a blanket term, it is unique to every individual.
[Editors Note: Due to technical issues with the microphone, the audio quality was poor at times, especially at the beginning, but since the topic was of such importance, it was still decided to post the sermon – our apologies for the audio quality.]
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