What is the responsibility of white folks? What internal and external work can we do in our own lives? These are questions that we’ve started asking this year as we watched the world grapple with horrific videos of overt racism. Several UUCEL members and family began … read more.
Speaker: Lay Leader
This is a participatory service, inviting congregants to share what we are grateful for.
This Memorial Day Service will be lay led, with readings from our members and friends.
Derek Black, raised deep within the ideology of white nationalism, found new insight and eventually renounced racism. His story holds profound lessons as we seek social justice.
“Bring Your Story About Fatherhood to Share”
Throughout American history, mothers have often been leaders of activist movements, from Mother Jones to Moms Against Gun Violence. This service will celebrate this history of moms’ leadership.
In an intergenerational service, lay leader Monica Day will help us further our church’s year-long social justice theme on the environment with this service connecting to March 22nd’s World Water Day.
Marion Shroyer will talk about his path to self-respect and how it connects to our principles after coming from the poorest of households, in a childhood filled with abuse.
This is Chris’s story about her genetic condition Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (pronounced AY-lerz DAN- lowz) also known as EDS. Many of you have wondered about her absence from church and why she needs all these surgeries. Chris will share with us her struggles, accomplishments plus … read more.
Our Summer Series on UU history continues with a service about two figures who were instrumental in spreading the Social Gospel as our faith expanded.