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The Unitarian
Universalists of
Gettysburg is a
member of the Joseph Priestly District of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

We welcome all people to our church, regardless of religious background, political persuasion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, class, or disability.

Our church is a religious community that inspires the mind and spirit, honors religious freedom, and embraces diversity. Our members minister to each other with love and work for a just society.



Featured Artist Mary Bibin Trendle

Join us in the UUG sanctuary Friday 1/2/15 from 5-7pm for a wine and cheese reception to celebrate the new art gracing our walls.  The artwork is from the collection of Michele Jewell's mother, dating to the early 1930s.  Mary Bibin Trendle was born July 11, 1912 in Detroit, Michigan.  Her parents were both immigrants from Yugoslavia just years before her birth.  Mary was always a very artistic person who had very little formal art training.  She attended evening art classes at Cass High School in downtown Detroit in the early 1930s as well as a few evening art classes at The Detroit Institute of Art.
 

UUG Book Club

The UUG Book Club is currently reading In The Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson, the riveting story of “Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin” (subtitle). It centers on Ambassador William E. Dodd, newly sent to Germany when Hitler came to power in 1933. And, notably, the book focuses on his daughter Martha and her ill-advised relations with prominent Nazis. The New York Times called Larson’s account “by far his best and most enthralling work of novelistic history.” It has been chosen as this spring’s selection by the Adams County Reads One Book program and will be discussed at UUG at the Thursday, March 12 meeting of the UUG Book Club. All are welcome!


 

March 2015 Services

 
Mar. 1, 2015

Odyssey Sunday

Joanne Nicholson, Charlie Skopic, John Soliday, Carol Stowell

Mar. 8, 2015

Are We There Yet? (Selma Sunday)

Rev. Dave Hunter

Mar. 15, 2015

What Shall We Do with Our Daughters? (women's history month)

Rev. Kerry Mueller

Mar. 22, 2015

The Sacred Frog (World Water Day)

Susan Swope

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Unitarian Universalists of Gettysburg
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