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“Beloved Conversations” is an anti-racist program for Unitarian Universalist congregations. Rev. Drew will share his take-aways from participating in the program as a person who identifies as white, including the importance of joy in engaging this work; taking responsibility for our ancestry without shame; and the ultimate goal of collective liberation.”
The idea of Beloved Community invites us to imagine that a loving and just community can exist, and to work to make it real. What is the ideal of human community? Where in your life have you experienced something close to that? How is Unitarian Universalism approaching that ideal, and how are we falling short?
Rev. Drew Frantz with Jakobe Neal, Director of Religious Education
On Valentine’s Day, we celebrate love in its many forms. Where do you find love? How do you spread love? How can love heal us? Young and old will be invited to reflect on these questions in this multigenerational service.
Sermon by Brigitte Bechtold
“Struggling with a serious treatable illness can be devastating, but it is exacerbated in the face of lack of health care and of economic wellbeing. In this service, we will explore some of the other factors that affect health and how our UU values/principles require our awareness.”
Services are led by
Rev. Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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as the calendar is updated each week...and changes do occur.
Sunday Mornings at 10:30 a.m.
October 1: Clinging to the Streambed
October 8: Indigenous People's Day
October 15: TBD
October 22: Heritage
October 29: Dia de los Muertos
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