There is not shortage of injustice in our world, and these days it can feel as though it is growing exponentially. How do we sustain our spirits, our communities, and our faith as we work to transform our world? Rev. Ranwa Hammamy (they/she) is the Executive Director of the UU Justice Ministry of California, which connects, informs, and engages UUs around California in the work of justice and equity. They also serve as the President of the DRUUMM (Diverse Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries) Steering Committee, a national organization that supports UU People of Color. When not working, Ranwa finds joy in singing, baking, and spending time with her spouse and their 5 fur babies.
In our world today, what does it mean to be “safe”? Our congregation’s safety policy aims to help keep us safe here.
Please bring a flower of your choice to church and place it in one of the large vases at the front of the sanctuary before worship begins. Don’t worry – if you forget to bring a flower we will have plenty of extra so that everyone can participate in this much-beloved Unitarian tradition. This is a service for all ages and OWL recognition.
Each year this congregation bestows a special honor upon members who have turned 80. This week in worship we will welcome our newest “Doctors of Durability” and hear wisdom from longtime UUCB members Kendra Smith and Helen Toy.