Our Mission Statement

As a welcoming congregation, we work and worship together to become people of open minds, loving hearts, and helping hands. We honor the transformative power of love in our individual lives and broader communities.

June 2024

June 2

"Wrapped in Rainbows"

Clint Tawes

Join us this First Sunday of Pride month as we explore the rich and diverse symbolism of the rainbow found in various cultures and traditions, reflecting on its profound meanings and the ways it unites us. As we celebrate the rainbow as a powerful emblem of LGBTQ pride, we will discover how it symbolizes the strength and beauty of love that bridges divides.

We invite everyone to wear rainbow colors and bring rainbow flags to this uplifting service. Let's come together in a vibrant display of unity and support, wrapped in the beautiful diversity that our shared symbol represents.

June 9


Rebecca Ziegler

Pantheism is the belief that everything is God. Come hear UU friend Dr. Rebecca Ziegler explore this concept.

June 16

"And the Living is Easy"

Randy Blasch

Summer means swimming pools and time off school, but not for everyone. What can we do to make it better?

June 23

"Prison Experiences"

Harley Grey Meyer

Criminal Justice Grad Student Harley Grey Meyer will share from their experiences interning at the Bulloch County Correctional Institute and their work at another nearby prison.

June 30

"My Journey to UU: No Road to Damascus Moment (So Far)"

Dr. Greg Brock

After over 20 years as a UU Greg will reflect on his experiences before becoming a UU that led him to this choice, and speculate on why he has stayed a UU as well. He will draw from many sources including the book When Religion Becomes Evil by Charles Kimball.

We welcome you to our in-person services. if you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890 .


Also, this link is available on the UUFS website on both the HOME page and THIS MONTH'S SERVICES page.

And I’m OFF!

I normally take my vacation and study leave in the summer and I’ll do that again this year. Greg and I will fly out on June 2 to Amsterdam where we will spend a week before taking a River Cruise down to Switzerland, seeing lots of sights on the way. I have reservations for touring Anne Frank’s house in Amsterdam and hope to learn more about her and many other people and events on this journey. Hopefully, I’ll learn much that will enhance my ministry, but I promise not to do a travel slide show.

We will return on Friday, June 21, and I will be able to watch the UUA General Assembly programming that’s scheduled for Saturday and Sunday online. I’ll have access to the earlier programming as well since it will be recorded for registrants. I’ll also have some time to get things done before leaving on a road trip to Columbus, Ohio where we will attend Greg’s Class Reunion, then move on down to North Carolina to spend a few days with my grandson and his children. Alayna and Alec will return with us to Georgia where they will be participating in “Camp Nana Jane.” They will stay with us till mid-August, so you will likely see them in church. 

Although I won’t be AS available as I am the rest of the year, I will be checking my email at least once a day. Our intern Randy Blasch will be taking some time away as well but may be easier to connect with if you need some ministerial support. And you have all our wonderful members to lean on since we are a congregation with “shared ministry.” 



Need a ride to Medical Appointment? Georgia Southern’s Trusted Rider Program offers transportation services to older adults, assisting them in reaching their non-emergency medical appointments and back home after the completion of their visit. The program is run by student volunteers who have undergone background checks and training to ensure they provide the best possible service to the clients involved.

Chiamaka Ogwara is the program’s community liaison and reached out to raise awareness about the program with hopes to get referrals from older adults who may be interested in the program or may have the need for it.

If you have any questions of would like to learn more about the program, contact them via phone at: 912-478-0712 (office phone) and email co06587-sw@georgiasouthern.edu


Fridays at 9:00 a.m.

MindBody Center at UUFS

Join us for meditation on Friday mornings. Newcomers and experienced practitioners are welcome. Come join us in person or join us via Zoom.

For the Zoom link or more information send an email to Laura Milner at lamilner@georgiasouthern.edu

MindBody Center Yoga

now has more In-Person Yoga classes.

See Covid precautions below.

Tuesday, 9:30-11:00 am Iyengar Yoga with Inge

Wednesday, 8:00-9:00 am Yoga for the Spine with Lynn Geddes

Wednesday 9:30-10:30 am All Levels Yoga with Fred

Thursday, 9:30-11:00 am Ease into Iyengar Yoga with Inge

For Fred’s and Inge's classes register with this link: 


For Lynn’s classes email her at lynn@yogamefit.com

Covid Precautions: We are still observing some Covid restrictions and limit our classes to 7 participants. To attend you must be vaccinated, be symptom-free, and observe social distancing. Mask wearing is optional.  

Reduced fee for Newcomers to MindBody Center: $30 for 4 classes 

For more information on our yoga classes click this link: www.mindbodycenteryoga.com

For more information on Fascia Fitness Training click this link: https://fasciatrainingacademy.com/6-fascial-fitness-training-principles/

Inge Spencer

Iyengar Certified Instructor

MindBody Center Yoga

912 596-3322 (call or text)


For more information on our classes and instructors go to www.mindbodycenteryoga.com

or call or text Inge at 912-596-3322

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

of Statesboro

We are located at 6762 Cypress Lake Road

Statesboro, Georgia

Please send mail to:


PO Box 2453

Statesboro GA 30459


Email: StatesboroUU@gmail.com



https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5915836890 / Meeting ID: 591 583 6890

Rev. Jane Page, Minister


C: 912.682.3566

President: Abby Thompson

Vice President: Martha Hughes

Secretary: Kathy Smith

Treasurer: Teresa Winn

Immediate Past President: Dee Liston


You may contact board members by emailing StatesboroUU@gmail.com

and please put the board member's name in the subject line.


Shari Barr

Home: 912.764.7300

Cell: 912.687.3899

Email: ShariRB@aol.com



Chair: Barb Hendry

Email: anthrobarb@gmail.com

Members: Adrienne Cohen and

Relinda Walker



Elaine Deaver

Email: elaine@elainedeaver.com

Cell: 912.230.2675

Visit our Website


Mike Montagne



Shari Barr



Abby Thompson



Teresa Winn 



Adrienne Cohen


EMAIL: StatesboroUU@gmail.com

Phone: 912.682.3566