Good News on Solar Energy

A video recently put out by the Sierra Club (Get the facts about solar energy!) offered some startling statistics. Did you know . . . The price of solar energy has dropped to below 5 cents per kilowatt hour? Cost wise, solar power now beats all forms of competition: oil, nuclear, gas, and coal. Apple built the largest privately owned solar […]

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North Georgia UU Social Justice Cluster Meets

UUs around a conference table

Unitarian Universalists from Georgia’s northern congregations meet in Dahlonega on August 16, 2014 for their quarterly meeting. The following congregations sent representatives: UU Metro North, UUC Gwinnett, UUF Athens, Emerson, UUC Atlanta and Georgia Mountains. Social justice topics discussed included: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) Guest at Your Table program. The UUSC sponsored program is in its 40th year collecting […]

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Human Endurance

Come on, Terry . . . join us for the Grouse Grind! Dear Friends, This invitation was not one to try a new blend of Seattle coffee. Rather, it was my two traveling companions, Denis and Jay, casually asking me to accompany them on a not-so-casual hike on one of our last days in Vancouver, British Columbia. The hike up […]

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Run for the Roses (but not far)!

You don’t have to go to Kentucky to attend a great Derby Party. Join fellow hat-wearing, horse-loving, race-cheering Northwesters at the home of Constance and Michael Dierickx at 5:00 pm on May 3. Your $75 contribution covers: Gourmet dinner, including Kentucky BBQ and Derby Pie Mint juleps plus Michael’s Famous Irish Crème A prize for the best hat a contest for picking […]

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Join Northwest at Turner Field, April 27

Come watch the Atlanta Braves play the Cincinnati Reds next Sunday, April 27, with other baseball fans from Northwest. We’ll leave the Northwest parking lot at 11:00 am for the 1:30 game. Your $55 ticket includes a Terrace Level covered seat for the game, parking, a great tailgate lunch (with beer, of course), coordinated transportation (including wheelchair pickup from parking to seat, if needed) and a […]

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Solar Roadways Work!

We’ve spoken in One Green Thing about Solar Roadways for several years as a bright spot amongst so much dismal news. Solar Roadways has completed its functional prototype and gotten a contract to construct a solar energy producing parking lot in Sandpoint, Idaho. Now, they are moving to the next steps. There are people like us, who have been following this from all […]

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Register Now for Mid-South District Annual Assembly. No Travel Required!

The Mid-South annual assembly will be held this coming weekend at the UUMAN congregation in Roswell. The new UUA Moderator, Jim Key, will speak via Skype to all regional meetings at 9:00 am on Saturday, addressing this year’s theme, “Love Reaches Out.” The meeting begins Friday evening at 4:00 pm with registration, fellowship and dinner. Saturday is the keynote speech, the business meeting, […]

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Northwest 101, Saturday, April 5

If you have been wondering if membership is the next right step for you–or if you would simply like to meet other seekers like yourself–we invite you to a special program on Unitarian Universalism and Northwest on Saturday, April 5 from 9:00 am to noon in the Erichsen Room of the Chalice House. A light breakfast will be served. This […]

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UUCA Hosts Marriage Blessing for LGBTQ Couples

At 2:00 pm on April 6, Rev. Terry Davis will join Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Senior Minister Rev. Anthony Makar and other religious leaders in a special “Love and Marriage Blessing Ceremony” to celebrate loving committed LGBTQ couples in Georgia who have married out of state or who are planning to marry. Along with their families and friends, LGBTQ couples are invited to attend […]

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