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Being anti-racist is an ongoing practice of equity in relationships, but the name doesn’t reveal the goal of the practice: reconciliation. Join an exploration of the call for our community to define itself by shared justice and leave behind enforcing compliance with dominant culture. Come discover the message of the spirit of love that will unfold in your heart and the heart of our community. Join Rev. Theresa Soto, Stefan Schneider, and members of the Journey Toward Wholeness Antiracism Transformation Team.
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Events for Children and Youth on January 10
10:30-11:30 AM. Club UU, our group for tweens and middle school-aged people meets over Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Sundays for a low-key way to gather with friends. Check-in for care and support, play games, and learn together. Contact Alex and Nicole for
more details and information.
- High School Youth Group Activities
12:00-1:00 PM. The high school youth are taking a deep dive into our UU 7 principles. This Sunday we’ll take a look at the 3rd Principle, “Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregation.” As usual, we’ll have a time of check-in and a time of centering/grounding. Hope to see you there! Contact Amy or Alex for information on how to join in.
1:30-3:00 PM. Join UU Livermore for games and silliness over Discord. Contact Alex for sign-in information.
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 with a couple of sing-along songs, followed by an opportunity for everyone to check in.