Discover a bit of history and learn about the exciting future of UUFHC’s Faith Formation program. The chair of the Faith Formation committee, Emily Whaley, will update us on all the latest news; Kay Saucier will discuss our rich history; and teachers and students will share what the program has meant to them.
Erica will share some of the lessons she learned in her continuing work to be a white ally. Drawing from the writings of Ijeoma Oluo, Robin DiAngelo, Tema Okun, Michael Bennett, and Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, as well as lessons from the two-year
Building the World We Dream About sessions she has co-led with Rev. María, Erica will discuss her experiences and share lessons we can all use as we commit ourselves to the critical work of anti-racism.
As people of faith, we are rooted in our history and our commitments to freedom of conscience, equity and compassion. The fast moving events of 2020 have inspired us to lean more than ever into our values. Are we ready?
In our worship and learning spaces, all of who you are is sacred; All of who you are is welcome. Throughout its history the UU Fellowship has striven to become all who seek a life-affirming and liberating faith. In this service we will renew our practices of welcome, especially to our LGBT and TGQNB siblings.
The full title of the sermon includes
An Exercise in Serendipitous Trust.
Tune in to find out more about Sara’s enlightening journey.