Sunday, February 24th, 2019 ~ 10:45 a.m. ~ Hendrix Hall

“The Hour of Separation”

Rev. Johanna Murphy

Khalil Gibran when speaking of love in the Prophet notes “Love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.” Transformation for many of us in the current climate has served not just as a concept or descriptor, but as a call. We are consistently urged through our UU values and principles to see our dignity as tied to the dignity of others. Through answering an immigration hotline it has become more and more apparent to me that truly learning and feeling someone’s dignity as tied to yours is not something to mull over, preach, or write about, but something to act on.

Music with Susan J. Berman & Ray K. Saunders

Religious Education with Leyah Jensen & Sherlly Morocoima 

Justice WRITES–Reaching out to Leaders: Make your voice heard! This week, we’re reaching out to Congress in letters and pictures. From gun control to border crisis LGBT rights, we each have an issue that touches us. And don’t worry if writing is not your thing, because pictures “speak a thousand words”. So step up to make a difference, with a bounty of brand-new and colorful supplies!

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