For Full Community worship, we’ll celebrate All Souls Day by exploring a Transylvanian Unitarian story and making a table of remembrance with photos and pictures of loved ones (people or animals) who have died. We’ll also take up a change collection for UNICEF, so please bring your coins!
Cora Goss-Grubbs reflects on her unexpected spiritual journey while taking a class on Social Work with African American Families. She draws parallels between Afrocentricity and Unitarian Universalism, and how they might inform our own continued anti-racism/anti-oppression work.
We’re creating sanctuary for ourselves and each other all the time, but how? And who are the people we’re creating sanctuary for? What are we doing to damage it? Join us to explore these questions.
Join us to mark Indigenous People’s Day. We’ll reflect on Indigenous people’s connection to the land WUUC occupies and explore some of Joy Harjo’s poetry, from which our service title comes.