In Remembrance of Unitarian Minister The Rev. James Reeb
The Rev. James Reeb was killed on March 11, 1965, during the voting rights protests in Selma Alabama. Leah Reeb, granddaughter of Rev. James Reeb, will be our guest speaker for this very special service, sharing his history, shedding light on why he was so driven and what kept him involved, and offering her insights into what her grandfather would be doing and how he would reflect on what is happening in today’s world. Childcare and youth programming are available. Everyone is welcome!
Annual Burning Bowl Service
Don Benson will lead the annual Burning Bowl service, a ritual to bid farewell to the old year, and welcome the new: reflecting on and releasing the areas of our lives that no longer serve our highest good: we look forward, creating goals that will advance our journey in the coming year. Childcare and a youth programming is available, and refreshments and conversation follow the service.
Introduction to the monthly worship theme Justice: The Unitarian Story of James Reeb
Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!