Sunday February 23, 2020
Rev. Michael J.S. Carter
We have all heard the many pithy sayings about the act of prayer. A minister I knew in New York said that “prayer does not change things. Prayer changes people, and then people change things.”
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We support UUCSV because of its strong presence in this community. Wherever we go in Black Mountain and the surrounding area we run into active members of this congregation who are busy making things better for the community and doing things we like to do. We feel at home here.
~ Spence F.
After forty years in Chapel Hill and twenty five at The Community Church, we were definitely feeling displaced. To find just a mile down the road from our house within biking or walking distance such a great bunch of people has made our transition to WNC practically painless. So here we are, feeling right at home at the UUCSV and making it a big part of our life here.
I joined the Unitarian Church because I felt extremely welcomed by many dear and kind individuals. The chaplain, Michael Carter, is an extraordinary gentleman. He is eloquent, bright, wise, funny, heartful, well read, caring and engaging. My Sunday service is a high spot of my week!
~ Joy LeVine Abrams, M.S.
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500 Montreat Rd
Black Mountain, NC 28711