Field Notes on Building the Beloved Community
Celebration of Scout Sunday
Choir introit and anthem
Where have you experienced glimpses of what beloved community looks like and feels like? Was it a brief mountaintop retreat experience or was it with a group of people committed to being together for the long haul? What lessons can we learn from previous experiments in building the beloved community as we seek to co-create anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural beloved communities here in the twenty-first century? We welcome as our guest speaker Rev. Dr. Carl Gregg, who has served as a UU minister for more than a decade.
Wonder and Care
Talk Back Session after the service
As if everything was woven together--
March Service Theme
Celebrating Women’s History Month
What is the word that names what we love and feel so deeply, part of the ever-unfolding cosmos?
March Share The Plate
Global Response Medicine (GRM)
Exploration of Faiths: Unitarian Universalists
Gratitude to the Spartanburg County Public Library and especially to Gwen Murtha for the opportunity to share about the Unitarian Universalist movement and our congregation in their Virtual Exploration of Faiths series.
Thank you to every person, whether part of our congregation or not, who makes this world more and more one in which we are Free To Love.
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