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Ubuntu Institute for Community Development Presentation

Eva Keith and Omanii Abdullah from the Ubuntu Institute for Community Development will speak to us via Zoom on Wednesday, April 21st at 7 pm on their efforts around the need for recognizing Human Rights, Reparations, and The International Decade for People of Afrikan Descent 2015-2024. They will share information about the International Bill of …

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Banner Update Our four banners advertising early voting: at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium (stolen after 12 days), UUCS, Mt Moriah Baptist Church, and Bunton Institute CME, on Wofford St. These big, clear banners are all well-placed to catch attention of the many people driving by. Banner At Krispy Kreme Our signs and banners are in place …

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Rescheduled – ANOTHER SOCIAL JUSTICE QUINTUPLE DIP!

Social Justice Quintuple Dip has been rescheduled from this Sunday the 11th to Sunday the 18th, 3:00-5:00 due to expected rain. Sunday, Oct. 18th 3:00-5:00 or Tues., Oct 13th, 10:00-Noon Swing by UUCS, see a few friends, and …Donate your native wildflowers for planting on church grounds. If you have native SUN-LOVING wildflowers that have been …

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May 11 – LGBTQ Theologies: What LGBTQ Spiritual Leaders Say About Their Faith

On Saturday, May 11, a group of Spartanburg clergy will host a day-long event centered on LGBTQ theologians and spiritual leaders. These thinkers will share their own theological understanding of themselves and our world—beyond the arguments straight clergy have about LGBTQ people’s lives, even when expressing support. The immediate goals of this gathering are two-fold: …

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