In our world today, what does it mean to be “safe”? Our congregation’s safety policy aims to help keep us safe here.
YES Nature to Neighborhoods works specifically with the low-income Iron Triangle and North Richmond communities to provide summer camps, community training programs, garden development, cooking classes, health programs and other vital experiences to ignite the imagination, build self-confidence and enhance leadership skills. Our offerings will support YES Nature to Neighborhoods in their work to support families in leading healthy, connected lives, motivating change in their neighborhoods, and inspiring a safe, thriving community.
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.