April 15, 2018, 10am.
The Call to the Promise and Practice of Our UU Faith.
Rev Paula Maiorano
Now, more than ever, we are being called to a deeper practice of the promise of our faith. In this country, we see systemic racism and discrimination being embolded in rhetoric and in policy. And in this moment, we are called to do more to invest in Black lives, Black leadership and resources to move forward the vision of a radically inclusive, justice-centered faithful practice of the beloved community within and beyond our faith.
This call means investing more fully financially, spiritually, faithfully, and collectively in support of Black Lives. There will be a special collection for BLUU, Black Lives UU immediately following the sermon.
Come early if you like and join us from 9-9:45 for complimentary coffee, tea, and maybe a bagel in the Olympia Brown Lounge.
Join us to continue the discussion after the service for complimentary Coffee, tea, lemonade, and goodies in Fahs Hall.
All Are Welcome.
Tickets not required, but they do help us plan for seating and refreshments.
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Children are welcome! They may stay with you during the service or they may participate in the programs we have available for them. Please come early to help them settle in.