In the early 1900s organizers of women’s labor, especially in the nation’s textile mills, launched their fight for better working conditions. Their quest for justice did not stop at better pay and working conditions however. They wanted beauty, too.
Psalm 139 in the Hebrew Bible proclaims and celebrates the creation of every individual. As Harford County prepares to host its very first LGBTQ+ Pride event, we too will celebrate the diversity of our human family.
This day in June marks the national holiday to celebrate fathers and the commemoration of Juneteenth, the oldest emancipation celebration in the United States. In this service we will explore Ta-nehisi Coates’ beautiful letter to his son Between the World and Me,. How do entrenched ideas about fatherhood and racial identity continue to hold us back?
Join us for a glorious celebration of summer and its abundance, with the musical gifts of our own UUFHC musicians.