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The purpose of the Transgender Day of Remembrance, held on November 20 every year since 1998, is to remember the people who have lost their lives this year due to anti-transgender violence. In this worship service we lament this injustice, and we commit to working for the rights and dignity of transgender, gender-queer, and gender non-binary people everywhere.
Unitarian Universalists elevate peace as a primary principle and denounce war and violence. Soldiers and military leaders see themselves as working for peace and security. The holiday of Veterans Day reminds us to honor the individuals who serve in the military and to commit to healing their wounds however we are able, separating policy opinions from human caring.
Norma J. Bailey, Worship Leader
Brigitte Bechtold, Sermon
We are living in a time of dying, a global pandemic. How is this affecting us emotionally and spiritually? We will use this hour of worship to honor and remember those we have lost, and to consider this piece of wisdom: that death is the end of a life, not the end of a relationship.
The goals of the United Nations and the values of Unitarian Universalism have many things in common. On this Sunday, UU congregations are invited to celebrate this connection and to support the Unitarian Universalist office at the United Nations – UU@UN. The theme for UN Sunday this year is “All in for Climate Justice: Food Equity and Sustainability.”
“Finding the Mother Tree” is the title of a book by Suzanne Simard, which explores how trees are connected biologically in symbiotic networks – and how this compares to human relationships. Scientifically, this is fascinating. Spiritually, this invites us to contemplate relationships and to lean into our connections.”
“What does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist? What do we hold in common across the congregation and across the country? Today we celebrate new members of the UU Fellowship of Central Michigan. And, we are joined by the UU Congregation of Somerset Hills (New Jersey), as we joined them for worship last month. Calling ourselves Unitarian Universalist reflects a common history and an evolving sense of shared values.”
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Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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