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March Service Theme
The Divine Feminine
Celebrating Women’s History
March services refer to the work of, Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton (http://jannaldredgeclanton.com/), leading thinker and teacher in the transformative power of the Divine Feminine.
Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton will be our guest speaker on March 28.
Special thanks to Jean Batson-Turner and Katherine Faith Hope for sharing this profound teacher with our congregation.
In-person, Outdoor Sunday Services this Spring
Back lawn of UUCS
Simultaneous live-stream here
With the guidance of the COVID Committee, the Board of Trustees, and the Worship Committee, we will again offer in-person, outdoor services beginning in March. Weather permitting, we will hold services on the back lawn of the church on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of March, April, and May (March 7 & 21, April 4 & 18, May 2 & 16). All services will also be livestreamed. If weather is inclement, we will livestream-only. We will follow all public health protocols to keep everyone safe: please bring a chair, wear a mask, and social distance. This will be a wonderful way to celebrate the arrival of Spring! Thank you to everyone who has worked so hard to make this possible.
“The Divine Feminine”
Rev. Scott Neely - UUCS Minister
“The inclusion of female divine names and images in worship and ministry empowers our work of peace and justice in the world by helping to break down patriarchal structures that keep so many people in poverty and oppression. Inclusive language and imagery support gender justice that intersects with racial and other justice concerns.” (Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton)
Dismantling patriarchy, and the intersection of oppressions such as racism and heteronormativity that it fosters.
March 2021 Share the Plate is Celebrating International Women’s Day and the International Women’s Convocation (U*U)
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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‘Higher & Higher’ Wilde Hall Elevator Campaign
Elevator Fund Chair, Alan Jenkins and musician Sydney McMath demonstrate how to help get UUCS ‘Higher & Higher’
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From Your President, March 2021
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In-person, Outdoor Sunday Service this Sunday, March 7
Back lawn of UUCS 11:00am Simultaneous live-stream here With the… Read More