UUMAN

★★★★☆
34.0585 -84.3612
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770-992-3949

11420 Crabapple Road

Roswell, GA

30075

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My first exposure to UUMAN was through a Wednesday discussion group I was invited to attend. This group, "Daytimers", meets weekly and discusses prominent current events. I was impressed with the people...friendly, intelligent, and very knowledgeable. My wife and I begin to visit the Sunday services and eventually opted to join in September, 2009. We have never regretted it.

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My first exposure to UUMAN was through a Wednesday discussion group I was invited to attend. This group, "Daytimers", meets weekly and discusses prominent current events. I was impressed with the people...friendly, intelligent, and very knowledgeable. My wife and I begin to visit the Sunday services and eventually opted to join in September, 2009. We have never regretted it.

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I discovered UUMAN in the spring of 2009. It wasn't long before my husband and I decided to join this church. I have found them to be very welcoming. I see many examples there of people trying to live the UU values of respect, compassion, and acceptance. It's been refreshing and wonderful to be part of a community that values both spirituality and intellectual honesty.

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I discovered UUMAN in the spring of 2009. It wasn't long before my husband and I decided to join this church. I have found them to be very welcoming. I see many examples there of people trying to live the UU values of respect, compassion, and acceptance. It's been refreshing and wonderful to be part of a community that values both spirituality and intellectual honesty.

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Been a member since 2003; it's always felt like a real church home, where joys and sorrows can be shared and where people can ponder the imponderables, and know more about the unknowables.

It's a truly welcoming congregation, from what I have seen and felt and heard from all members of the congregation, regardless of race, religious background, gender, sexual orientation, or dietary habits.

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★★★★★

Been a member since 2003; it's always felt like a real church home, where joys and sorrows can be shared and where people can ponder the imponderables, and know more about the unknowables.

It's a truly welcoming congregation, from what I have seen and felt and heard from all members of the congregation, regardless of race, religious background, gender, sexual orientation, or dietary habits.

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Their credo is "open minds", but it depends on the subject matter. If you're black or gay or a recovering whatever, they love you. We're vegetarians. We don't preach it, or anything else for that matter. We don't ask or expect folks to fix food to accommodate us. However, we do like to know what we're eating before we eat it. My husband, who is also lactose intolerant, dared to ask what was in a casserole at a potluck. His words were, "wow. this looks good; what's in it?" After a silence, I asked again, a bit more loudly, but trying to be friendly (and we had mentioned nothing about our choice of diet). So, I asked, "This casserole looks great. we just wondered if someone could tell us what's in it?" I turned to face a few more people, thinking the casserole person had not heard my husband. The icy stares I got were chilling. Then a man at the food table with us, who was looking down at the food, muttered in a robotic tone, "you can just eat it, or go home to your mother!" We would have thought it was a joke, but he never looked up at us, and wasn't smiling. The responses I got from others was scarier. They did look me in the eye. I am only alive to tell this story because, thankfully, looks don't kill. We were quiet the rest of the dinner, trying to just ascertain what interests folks. It's a good thing we didn't say anything about ourselves. The conversation for almost a full hour was all about how inferior southerners are.We were both born in the south, but no one ever guesses it because we lack accents. At least we now know that the famous UU tolerance is only for certain types of people.

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Their credo is "open minds", but it depends on the subject matter. If you're black or gay or a recovering whatever, they love you. We're vegetarians. We don't preach it, or anything else for that matter. We don't ask or expect folks to fix food to accommodate us. However, we do like to know what we're eating before we eat it. My husband, who is also lactose intolerant, dared to ask what was in a casserole at a potluck. His words were, "wow. this looks good; what's in it?" After a silence, I asked again, a bit more loudly, but trying to be friendly (and we had mentioned nothing about our choice of diet). So, I asked, "This casserole looks great. we just wondered if someone could tell us what's in it?" I turned to face a few more people, thinking the casserole person had not heard my husband. The icy stares I got were chilling. Then a man at the food table with us, who was looking down at the food, muttered in a robotic tone, "you can just eat it, or go home to your mother!" We would have thought it was a joke, but he never looked up at us, and wasn't smiling. The responses I got from others was scarier. They did look me in the eye. I am only alive to tell this story because, thankfully, looks don't kill. We were quiet the rest of the dinner, trying to just ascertain what interests folks. It's a good thing we didn't say anything about ourselves. The conversation for almost a full hour was all about how inferior southerners are.We were both born in the south, but no one ever guesses it because we lack accents. At least we now know that the famous UU tolerance is only for certain types of people.

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UUMAN, which rhymes with Human, is a small but very vibrant and active Unitarian Universalist Chursh. UUs believe in seeking the truth in all religions and welcome everyone of every religious background, race, and sexual preference. UUMAN describes itself as a NO HATE ZONE. I have been particularly impressed with their youth group in talking to some of its leaders in the past. If you're not a member of a mainstream religion but you want a place to learn about spiritual matters, UUMAN is a good place to start in the Roswell area.

PROS: welcoming, casual, open-minded, nonjudgemental
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UUMAN, which rhymes with Human, is a small but very vibrant and active Unitarian Universalist Chursh. UUs believe in seeking the truth in all religions and welcome everyone of every religious background, race, and sexual preference. UUMAN describes itself as a NO HATE ZONE. I have been particularly impressed with their youth group in talking to some of its leaders in the past. If you're not a member of a mainstream religion but you want a place to learn about spiritual matters, UUMAN is a good place to start in the Roswell area.

PROS: welcoming, casual, open-minded, nonjudgemental
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