Sunday, April 26, “Making a Commitment to Climate Justice,” Rev. Sam Trumbore
Too often Social Justice issues are divided into silos. School funding, minimum wage, civil rights, prison reform, and fracking, to name only a few, don’t seem to overlap with each other. Climate changes can touch many of them as the suffering from their effects is not equally distributed across all. How can we respond?
Find the archive of previous sermons (text and/or audio files as available) here.
See the updated Social Responsibilities Council Brochure
Children at the Well 10 year anniversary
Sunday, April 26 at 2 PM in Emerson
The celebration will featuring storytelling and Indian classical dance to be performed by students of the Narthanalaya School of Arts. All are welcome, no charge.
An international vegetarian pot-luck supper will follow the performances.
Please RSVP for the potluck and let Linda know what dish you’ll be bringing; email@example.com
Stand Against Racism, Sunday, April 26, 2-4p, YWCA, 21 1st Street, Troy
Capital Area Against Mass Incarceration (CAAMI) will be meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, 7 pm at the Social Justice Center.
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June 24-28: The Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in Portland, OR. Interested in serving as a FUUSA delegate to GA? Details here.
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Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning
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