Rev. Charlie will examine our monthly theme of justice and toleration using the theory of small incremental changes.
So what do fences, walls and hedges of personal boundaries have to do with healthy relationships? Find out this Sunday when visiting Minister, the Rev. Andrew Millard, speaks. He is visiting from Unitarian Fellowship of the Peninsula.
Join us for a lay-led service by the Racial Justice Task Force. This is our time to be Bold, Radical, and Transformational as we commit to nurture a radically inclusive, justice centered, multiracial and multi-generational religious faith!
Join us for Caring Team stories with Phyllis Stein, Paula Echols and Martha Shore, with Vicki Caminer assisting. UCN’s Caring Team provides support to congregants undergoing stressful life challenges.
Visiting from Frederick, MD, retired minister, Rev. Mike Morse, will join Rev. Charlie at the podium. Morse will share his thoughts on the “Rich Landscape of Living and Dying:” preparing your family and ending life on your own terms. Morse is writing a book about his wife, Carol, and their long journey together before she died.
Rev. Charlie will speak on Creative Advocacy and MLK – Bayard Rustin’s Triumph. On August 28, 1963, Washington D.C. received 250,000 marchers for Jobs and Freedom. The organizer was Bayard Rustin, Quaker, gay and African American. He was also a coalition builder and dedicated to nonviolence. His works are his memorial.
UCN closed tomorrow! Travel is too dangerous, so please stay home this Sunday. We will have “Facebook Church” using our community forum group – all ages welcome – we start at 10 a.m. Bring your own coffee!
This will be a lay-led service to celebrate Kwanzaa on the last day of 2017. Join us as we honor family, community and culture.
Rev. Charlie will speak on reflectors … How dominant culture shapes the narrative story about minority beliefs. The pagan music group will perform.
Rev. Charlie will speak on the winter season – a time in many cultures for the sharing of stories from long ago. These formational stories create community, truth, and understanding.