You don’t have to look far to see that we have a problem with violence against women in our society. In a service informed by his work with Carpet Bag Theatre to bring art-as-therapy to veterans, Umoja Abdul-Ahad will provoke thought and discussion about what … read more.
Upcoming Worship Services
Sundays at 11 am unless noted otherwise.
Frederick Douglass’s life and writings have impacted our understandings of liberation, freedom, justice, and perseverance. His relationships with Unitarians and Universalists shifted how our faith leaders and influencers showed up. Come join us to learn about Frederick Douglass and how we can fight for justice … read more.
Today, many Christian churches will celebrate Pentecost, which marks the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus who were gathered for the Jewish festival of Shavuot. This movement of the spirit is considered to be the birthday of the Christian church. What … read more.
What are reproductive rights? What is reproductive justice? Are they the same thing, and how do they play into our Unitarian Universalist principles? Why is there a flurry of laws that are trying to restrict reproductive choices? Join us this week as Mark Mohundro invites … read more.
Jacob loved Joseph, the son of his old age. To show his love, Jacob made Joseph a coat of many colors. Yet, the coat of many colors came at a great price to Joseph. In life great things often come at a great price. Indeed, … read more.
Join TVUUC Member, Youth Programs Coordinator, sponsored seminarian, and influential force in the Knoxville Trans Community, Juniper Stinnett, for a service honoring the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall.
Juniper has been an influential force within Knoxville’s trans community since coming out 7 years ago. She is a … read more.