Sunday,September 22, 2019 ~ 10 a.m. Rev. Susan Frederick Gray President, Unitarian Universalist Association
Living Our Faith Out Loud
In the midst of these defining times, in the midst of tumult - societal, political and climate related - Unitarian Universalism offers a powerful message of both compassion and interdependence. How can we live these values in bold courageous ways that have the power to make a measurable difference today and for the future? The service will be followed by refreshments and Q&A
Sunday,September 29, 2019 ~ 10 a.m.
Rev. Frank Carpenter
1619 - 1819 - 2019 William Ellery Channing Preaches Unitarian Christianity in the Age of American Slavery
In 1819, Channing preached that we understand the Bible the same as any other book. Further attacking Calvinism, he said humans are free, not predetermined. __________________________________________________
Sunday, October 6, 2019 ~ 10 a.m.
Rev. Connie Simon
1492… 1619… 2019
“Don’t sneak up on me, colonizer!” This is one of the most popular lines from the movie “Black Panther.” It was a very funny line – and more than a little bittersweet. The pain caused by the displacement of indigenous people and the enslavement of Africans in this country is still felt today. How do we grapple with our complex past, heal our present and ensure our future? All are welcome to stay after the service for a showing and discussion of the movie “Black Panther.”
Join us for our next Sunday service:
September 15, 2019 ~ 10 a.m. Let's Read!
Rev. Connie Simon, Jera Cox, Director of Music, Meredith Plummer, DLFD and Liv Ramstad, South Avondale Coordinator