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Justice Journey

Service at 9:15 and 11:00 am

Celebrant, Katie Allen

Who are our prophets today? Can we learn to hear marginalized voices as prophetic voices and follow their lead? Yolo Akili says that “for us as a world to end economic inequality, we have to do both the inner work in our hearts, and the outer work in our societies.” This service invites us to embark on a justice journey, internal and external, that isn’t merely “in support of the margins” but is “because of the margins.”

Special Music: Bell Ave. Ringers

The Journey of Belonging

 

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Service at 9:15 and 11:00 am

Celebrants, Susan Gross and Martha Shen

Unitarian Universalists affirm the worth and dignity of all people in the first of our seven principles. Living into this, our most fundamental belief, is not as easy as it sounds, either for us as individuals or as a faith community. What would it take for us to grow as a people in our ability to welcome and the worth and dignity of “others”? We will look at our neurobiology as well as our more conscious choices.

Special Music: UU Singers

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It’s All About the Journey

Service at 9:15 and 11:00 am

The youth of First Unitarian share their perspectives on the journey through high school and into the rest of their lives. In this service, they anticipate all that life has to offer and the myriad of ways their futures might unfold.

“Welcoming” written and performed by Madeline Echternacht