In this sermon, Reverend Justine Sullivan continues with the contributions of a second noted African American Woman to United States history.
In this sermon, the Reverend Justine Sullivan recalls the contribution of Harriet Tubman to African American history.
The Reverend Justine Sullivan speaks about the evolution of gender equality over her lifetime.
Our guest speaker, the Rev. Dr. Gail Stratton, delivers a powerful sermon titled “Learning to Speak Truth in Oxford, Mississippi, Reflections on the memorialization of the last known person to be lynched in Lafayette County, MS.”
Stratton and her colleague, singer-activist Effie Burt, came … read more.
Reverend Sullivan advises to answer the “What’s a Unitarian?” questioin by telling why you are here and telling how we move through the world together as UU
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Reverend Justine Sullivan recounts the story of her early involvement in gender equality issues, a story that begins in 4th grade
In C-VUU’s 2018 Kwanzaa homily, the speakers call us to continue the work of ensuring equality for all without regard to skin color or national origin. Kwanzaa celebrates seven principles summarized in Wikipedia as follows.
Umoja (Unity): To strive for and to maintain unity in the … read more.
In their homilies, Allen Perry and Paul Moss recap their experiences with the move to 809 South Military (Mike). Paul has a special fondness for green briar. After hearing Paul speak, it is not hard to imagine how Green Briar came by its name.