Speaking Justice in the Language of Our Faith

Services at 9:15 & 11:00

In the political moment through which we’re living, some of our most fundamental values are challenged daily and human rights are under attack in new and dangerous ways. We know we are called to speak out and act for justice, but how we show up in the struggles ahead is just as important. What does our faith have to teach us about this?

The Rev. Kathleen McTigue is the Director of the UU College of Social Justice. Prior to accepting this position in 2012, she served as a parish minister for 25 years, first in North Carolina and then New Haven, CT.  She currently resides in Boston, MA. The UU College of Social Justice is a joint project of the UUA and UUSC and is based in Cambridge, MA. The mission of the College is to inspire and sustain faith-based action for justice on issues of local, national and global importance. To find out more please visit: uucsj.org

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October 29 – Honoring our Ancestors – Sam Dickerson, Merlin Snider & Thelma Williams – ONE SERVICE ONLY AT 10 AM

October 29 – Honoring our Ancestors – Sam Dickerson, Merlin Snider & Thelma Williams – ONE SERVICE ONLY AT 10 AM

“Our ancestors speak through us in whispers of strength.” ~ Anonymous. Day of the Dead and All Soul’s Day is a time to honor our ancestors, celebrating them through stories and song. Sam Dickerson, Merlin Snider and Thelma Williams, together with our young TrUUbadors, will lead this intergenerational service. We invite you to bring photos of your relatives and friends who are no longer with us, both from this community and your families, to place on our community altar of remembrance. Let us pull from their love and strength so that we may heal what troubles us, and move toward a more joyous future for all generations. Please join us for this very special service with participation from all generations at 10 am only.