Church has become a “virtual” experience as we stay with a healthy distancing during this pandemic. I’m grateful we have this technology to keep connected, supporting each other, and find new ways to show up for justice work. I’m also grateful to the church’s staff … read more.
Your church staff knows how challenging it can be to stay at home with active and inquisitive children. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are not holding in-person RE activities and classes at this time.
However, we are excited to be working on a library … read more.
Groundbreaking on Goodwood Blvd.
Church historian Rebecca Cureau has spent her Covid-19 stay-at-home time working to update her documentation of the church’s history. She has brought her history up to the present with Rev. Crump’s retirement and arrival of the two interim ministers we’ve worked with … read more.
We are delighted to launch our new website as we move forward in the search process for our new senior minister. This new site will allow visitors to find us easily, and to learn about all the ways they can connect with this congregation. … read more.
Donna Yelverton, April 15, 2020
Image credit: John Keasler
As you know, our interim minister Joel Miller will be leaving us for family reasons at the end of July 2020. Your Board of Trustees has begun working to find a replacement effective August 1, 2020 through the … read more.
We were featured on the front page of the UU World’s website for our action in hosting the Ochsner healthcare workers’ childcare program at our building during the Covid-19 crisis.
As of this writing, the church campus is still occupied by the childcare program, … read more.
March 29, 2020 was our first service conducted fully online, with all staff and congregants watching from their own houses. We streamed over Zoom, and simultaneously streamed on our YouTube channel. Despite the challenges and the distance, we had about 120 viewers on YouTube, and … read more.