Cosette

Cosette Cosette has been a Unitarian Universalist since 2004 and member of Piedmont UU Church since 2016.  Cosette identifies as an Earth Centered Spiritualist or Pagan.  She appreciates the acceptance and support of the Unitarian Universalist community.  She has found that her active participation as a UU has broadened the scope of her pagan practices. […]

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General Assembly Update

General Assembly Update The multiplatform UUA General Assembly was held in June, with onsite attendees in Pittsburgh, PA, and many others joining in online. Beth F. and Karen D. attended virtually as delegates for our church. Next year’s GA will be fully online, with plans to return to a multiplatform format in 2025 in Baltimore, […]

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Meet Our New UUA President

Meet Our New UUA President! The UUA put out the following press release introducing our new Association President: “Rev. Dr. Sofía Betancourt was elected to serve as President of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) with the support of more than 2300 Unitarian Universalist (UU) delegates at the denomination’s annual General Assembly (GA) from June 21st […]

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What’s It Like as a Delegate at GA?

So, what’s it like being a delegate? Well, to start there were over 6,000 congregational delegates. As a first time delegate it was initially pretty overwhelming. Just learning how to use the tools to participate, such as a new to me app, was a large part of the process. Introductions to Article 11 Amendments, a […]

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Care Team

The purpose of the Congregational Care Team is to assist the minister in providing pastoral care to members and friends of Piedmont UU Church. The team contributes to the well-being of members and friends of the congregation through intentional acts of kindness and support, including telephone calls, cards, emails, personal visits, meals and transportation as […]

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Eileen

Eileen Eileen has lived a long and very active life of social action work, spanning many years and parts of the country. A native of Minnesota, she graduated from Smith College in 1963 and was caught up in the turmoil of the mid-sixties. The Civil Rights Movement was gaining momentum throughout the South and into […]

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Meredith and Don

Meredith Meredith first visited Piedmont UU Church in 2000 after she and her husband Don had moved into their new home close the church. She was amazed once she saw how accepting the members were to each other. She felt welcome and joined soon after. She said “I consider the members family, especially when I […]

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Bob

Bob V. has been a member attending the Salisbury Gathering almost from its beginning ten years ago. He has been actively involved for many years with planning and carrying out Sunday services. He and his wife Linda have also been an important part of the gathering’s music program.  Linda, a retired Lutheran minister, is also […]

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April Letter from the Minister

Our theme for April is Emergence. As the seasons are turning to springtime, this is also a time of emergence for our church family here at Piedmont UU church. We are beginning to emerge from the challenging time of the pandemic, as well as church and leadership transitions. The air of emergence fills the space […]

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