In this week’s What’s Up: a call to bring gently-used tennis shoes Sunday as the Shoe Drive comes to an end, garage sale drop-off times, and a Capital Fund update.
Poetry read by AJ Fox, Colleen Appel, and Emily McKinney Spring Has Now Unwrapped the FlowersWords: Piae Cantiones, 1582Music: Thomas BenjaminPermission GrantedPerformed by the First UU Choir
In this week’s What’s Up: another opportunity to support an organization that seeks to make mental health services available for all, a shoe drive for the unhoused, and poetry at this week’s Earth Day service.
Message by Vee Sanchez Moment of Perspective – Anti-Trans Legislation – AJ Fox Be That GuideCongregational HymnWords: Carl G. SeaburgMusic: Thomas BenjaminPermission Given by UUA I Know I CanWords: Dennis HamiltonMusic: Jeannie Gagne, arr. Mark FreundtPerformed by Paul Phariss and Rebecca HoltPermission Granted
In this week’s What’s Up: a bake sale, stories of resistance, resilience, and transformation, Social Action Circle, and Speak UUp comments on restoring presidential primary elections.
Written by Rev. Kaaren Anderson and read by Jessica Wirges Moment of Perspective – Resistance and the Un-Mantra – AJ Fox The Fellowship of Reconciliation, America’s oldest interfaith peace organization notes the importance of this season in the beginning of April this year when we experience a rare and special Read more…
In this week’s What’s Up: Building and Grounds Workday and Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, Speak UUp discusses guns in church, and an upcoming poetry workshop.
Message by Rev. Michelle Scott-Huffman Our own Jessica shares the following words in honor of the upcoming First Contact Day. There are lots of people who stare at the stars, longing for a future that is modeled after Star Trek’s “United Federation of Planets.” Because, just like us UUs, Starfleet Read more…