Who are the African American ancestors of our Unitarian Universalist faith? One of them is Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown, who founded the Harlem Unitarian Church in 1920. He was one of the first Black Unitarian ministers, but suffered discrimination within the Unitarian denomination. His words and legacy are inspiring to us today.
The Unitarian Universalist congregation in Tulsa, one of the largest in the nation, has a unique history including the blending of a mostly white UU congregation and a mostly black evangelical congregation. Their story has more in common with Mount Pleasant, Michigan than you might think.
What do you want to get rid of from the year 2019? Turning towards the new year and letting go of the old, we will feature a ritual of releasing the things which no longer serve us through fire. This service is multigenerational, so children of all ages are invited to participate (safely!).
Services are lead by our minister Andrew Frantz unless otherwise indicated.
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