Our Traditional Service is held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each Sunday. For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.
Rev. Joy Atkinson
When one is in a privileged position in a given culture, it is often very hard to fully recognize it. The pervasive culture of white supremacy operates in this way, granting advantages to those it defines as "white" while denying them to people of color. White supremacy culture is "the water we swim in," even within our beloved Unitarian Universalist denomination. How can those of us in the dominant group learn to recognize the advantages we have been granted, and how can we use these understandings to help dismantle systemic white supremacy?
Kat Braeman, Janice Prochaska, and Voices from the Sunday Circle
The Sunday Circle is a group that meets every Sunday at 9 AM. Sharing hopes and concerns, we create community. The mosaic of voices participating include Jim Harrison, Rich Panter, Jerry Moore, Kim Holscher, Dave Tetta, Carol Kerr, Doug Kerr, Jim Prochaska, Dick Park, and Lauren Long. The theatre group will focus on how Marge Piercy urges us to “Let my words turn into sparks.”