Elizabeth Assenza, Campus Minister & Intern, Worship Leader; Sharon Hale, Barbara Clutter, Leanne Friedman, Worship Associates
This work is difficult, these words are difficult; we will join together in conversation. Our UU faith takes seriously the call to dismantle racism. Together, we engage the powerful and brave work of exploring racism and empowering our congregation in building Beloved Community. We join 590 UU congregations, from every state in our nation, responding to the call from leaders of Black Lives of UUism and Diverse Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries in exploring and resisting white supremacy in a spiritual manner.
Credo comes from the Latin “this I believe” or, as many Unitarian Universalists translate it, “what I set my heart to.” Seven of our 8th and 9th graders have spent the year exploring their faith. Their experience culminates this Sunday when they share their credo statements with the congregation.
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Ben Bazor, Worship Associate
Mother’s Day was born out of peace groups in the United States. Many of our Unitarian and Universalist foremothers have been leaders in peace and justice movements. This service honors them, as well as the mothers in our own lives.
Rev. Beth Banks & Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leaders; John Ashby & Elizabeth Assenza Worship Associates
Our annual Flower Communion ceremony celebrates the unique beauty of each person, and the beautiful ways we share our lives. We have invited the larger interfaith community to join us for this service as part of the Celebration of Abraham.
We ask, “In what do you place your deepest trust?”