Service description TBA.
Speaker: Jennifer Ratcliffe
This election is one of the most important in modern times. A lot is at stake and UUs are compelled to be active participants in this democratic process. How can we be involved given our physical restrictions?
Join Nicole Pressley—national organizer of the campaign UU the Vote— and leave with concise and specific actions we can each take from the comfort of our couches.
Over and over, we hear the commentary: “These are no normal times,” but what are we to do about our political situation? What is our role? Is democracy salvageable?
Music: Alex Pietsch and the Chalice Choir
This lay-led service will take its thematic inspiration from Dolly Parton’s song and the Bible’s story of Joseph’s garments about family dynamics and the universal struggle of maintaining pride and dignity amidst poverty.
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Our congregation is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of congregations, which had its annual General Assembly in late June, grounded in the intention of engaging in deeper discernment about the future of our faith. We sent two delegates to General Assembly, and during … read more.
A look at moving beyond our comfort zone to create personal change, meaningful civic engagement and responsible relations with all of life.
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