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During this time of covid-19, we welcome you virtually and still heartily and thoughtfully! Join us every Sunday at 10:45am for inspiration and care through music, poetry and meditation and reflection.
Office hours are temporarily suspended. Our office manager, Sue, is working from home. The best way to reach her is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please always feel free to call or email our minister, Rev. Linda at 508-680-6498, RevLinda@unitarianchurchnantucket.org.
We are here for you.
This Leap Year has been quite a ride. Bless whatever goodness has allowed us to ride it together. We invite you to #Leap4UUNantucket right now, inside of it all, because keeping the faith is what keeps us all here. Together, we are strong enough to leap into our connection, courage and commitment.
This year, we are asking you to see your pledge as an opportunity to engage in and sustain this extraordinary reality and possibility we all share. How many of us can say we support something that changes our lives and the world? What an honor it is to be here together.
Visioning, participating and giving together is how we create a UU community strong enough to nurture us all. Our goal is 100% participation from both Members and Friends. As you consider your pledge, know that your generosity builds the scaffolding for our 2021 visions.
If you haven’t made a pledge in the past, this is your chance to leap in. If you have not made a pledge for a few years, this is a great time to leap back in. If you haven’t increased your annual pledge in a while, there is no better time than right now.
Join us in this #Leap4UUNantucket to grow a healthy budget so that we can continue, together, to add joy, justice and commitment to our lives and world.
Let’s leap into 2021 together!
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This Week's Reflection
Sunday November 29th, 10:45am
Hope in Times Like These
Rev. Vernon Walker
Service Leader: Rev. Linda
Our world is filled with many injustices that impact and harm our planet, our society and our world. However, there is hope in the midst of the darkness. We will discuss what the hope is and how we can forge a path forward together and produce radical social change.
Reverend Vernon K. Walker is the current Program Manager of the Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Rev. Walker is also the Public Policy Director of the Young Democrats of Massachusetts and also a Democratic State Committee member in Massachusetts. He attended undergraduate at Penn State University and graduate school at Boston University. He is the former Social Justice pastor at Berachah Church in Dorchester and currently part of the Social Justice Seed team at Pentecostal Tabernacle in Cambridge, MA.