It’s one of those big questions: What, if anything, happens to us when our journey ends, that is, when we die? Unitarian Universalists have a lot of different thoughts about this, and historically have had deep discussion and arguments about it, too. What are we to do with this in today’s world?
Though our country and economy are broken and divided, we still believe in the power of our shared mission to nurture our spirits and help heal our world. Join us this Sunday to celebrate all of the good this congregation does and make your pledge to sustain our work to grow into a future that needs the transforming love we’ve received as part of this community. (Testimony by Lonnie Moseley)
“Im/Migration” is a collaboration of the People of Color Caucus, Social Justice and Music in celebration of our rich heritages. With stories and music we look at movements to and within the US. You can hear portions of “The Immigrant Experience,” a new cantata by UU composer John Kramer, that will include a solo from guest singer Alex Taite. Members of UUCB will share their personal journeys of immigration and migration. This is part of the UUCB Multicultural Fair that continues after service with dance and food and activities, including mapping your family’s journey, and music by Mahal Ethnofusion Ensemble.
Throughout our lives our relationships with our bodies evolve and change as we age. This week in worship we consider what our faith has to teach us about the preciousness of all bodies. (Greg and Alice Lemieux)
The journey of life brings us seasons of both joy and sorrow. Join us this Sunday as we give thanks for this faith community of partners on life’s journey.