To kick off Black History Month, we will reflect on the roles and legacies of Unitarians, Universalists, and Unitarian Universalists in the Civil Rights movement, and how that has and has not informed our aspirations to be a multicultural, multiracial faith movement today.
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If you’re joining us for the first time, we would like to extend a full welcome! Please answer a few questions on our online Guest Connection Card. When at church on Sunday, you can also ask questions & get help at the Greeting Table on the patio before the service.
On most Sundays right after the service, we have a quick Newcomer Welcome in the sanctuary — meet up with a church member in front by the pulpit, for a quick introduction to the church and answers to your questions — then join us in Wendte Hall for Coffee Hour. If you attend via Zoom, you can stay in the Zoom session after the service for informal discussion in our Virtual Coffee Hour.
We look forward to you joining us for worship service each week! For more information, check out About Worship.