Our own Black Lives of Unitarian Univeralism (BLUU) & Allies for Racial Equity (ARE) will share this worship service. With story and play we will explore the ways we can work together and apart to build the Beloved Community. We will also celebrate our community's leaders - those stepping down, and those stepping into leadership, as we prepare for our congregation's life after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Author: Intern Minister Ali (Intern Minister Ali K.C. Bell)
I am days away from the end of my internship with you and I am left wondering how it has gone by so quickly! I am struck by the fact that we only spent five months together in person. I feel so connected to this congregation. The idea of leaving is difficult, yet it is...
There are many ways in which we think about who is hungry in our community. The faces of hunger are all around us. How do we make sure that our community is fed?
Michelle Obama said that “we need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own ‘to do’ list.” I have always bristled at statements like this. It seems a little selfish, self-absorbed even. I find that there are a million things to do and at least fifty of them seem more pressing...
Palm Sunday Service
Egbert Ethelred Brown was the first Black Unitarian Minister. This service will explore how Egbert Ethelred Brown sought to build Beloved community.