Living a Theology of Disruption
September 6, 10:30 AM
The only way to liberation for all our people is to embody a transformational Unitarian Universalism–that is, to be willing to interrupt the usual course of things and be open to the changes that building a new way may bring to your heart, body, mind, and spirit. Join us as we welcome Rev. Mykal Slack, Community Minister for Worship and Spiritual Care for Black Lives of UU, to our virtual pulpit and reflect together on living a theology of disruption. Rev. Theresa Soto and Stefan Schneider also are on the worship team this Sunday.
You will need a Zoom link to join and can request it by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
A time to share what you’re thinking of with care, embracing meditation will be part of the live Zoom worship at 10:30 AM (see above). If you are unable to join worship but would like to include names or words, please feel free to email Pastor Theresa or text them at 510-473-7686 before 7 PM Saturday, with EMBRACING MEDITATION in the subject line. Please note that Rev. Theresa is unable to check email on Sundays.
Events for Children and Youth on September 6
10:00-10:25 AM with NIcole Fitzhugh
Club UU (6th – 9th grade)
10:30-11:30 AM with Maya Ibrahim-Bartley
High School Youth Group
12:00-1:00 PM with Amy Carlson and the youth advisor team
Virtual Coffee Hour
Let’s gather for coffee and conversation following worship service! You bring your drink or snack and stay on Zoom. We begin at 11:30 AM with a couple of sing-along songs, followed by an opportunity for everyone to check in. You will need a Zoom link to join. For Zoom details, please email email@example.com with SUNDAY WORSHIP ZOOM in the subject line.