On May 14 UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray participated in the opening 40 Days of Action of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival in Washington, DC. After the season of 40 days of direct action, teach-ins, worship, arts and cultural events, from May 13th-June 21st in over 30 states and the U.S. capital, and a mass mobilization on June 23rd in Washington, DC, the campaign will shift to voter registration and turnout, and begin developing fusion grassroots organizing campaigns to gain the campaign’s demands for policy change at the state and national level. More information from uua.org»
UUA President, Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray made a recent visit to Durango and spoke informally to members of the fellowship. Audio of that conversation can be found here»
General Assembly 2018 June 20-24, Kansas City, MO Registration now open
Lively conversation followed an introductory address by Tom Umbhau, AIA (Bauen Group Architecture) at the long-range planning kickoff meeting. Listen here» then catch up on the latest buzz» Bauen Group Architecture»
The Buildings & Grounds Committee is creating a mailing list of individuals interested in receiving email notification of B&G activities. You can be in the loop by signing up on-line or look for the sign-up clipboard at the Social Responsibility & Justice table.
The February edition of our Newsletter, Notes, has been distributed and it’s BURSTING with important info. Current issues of our monthly newsletter are always available here under News and Events, but if you didn’t receive your personal copy, check with your email service provider to find out if it’s being blocked.
Join in the promise and practice of our shared commitment to be a more inclusive, more expansive Unitarian Universalism. Rev. Susan Frederick Gray and BLUU Executive Director Lena K. Gardner announce a generous $1 million matching grant, and ask for your support. WATCH VIDEO More information»
Hardbound, softbound and e-copies of Celebrating the Roots of Our Fellowship are now available. This book celebrates the first fifty years of our congregation (1967 – 2017) as we continue working together to build the Beloved Community for the Future. More information»
With the release of The Post directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, the story of the Pentagon Papers has rekindled public conversation about the importance of a free press. The film’s release couldn’t have come at a more relevant time. Its historical dramatization of how an administration tried to stop the Washington Post from printing parts of the report detailing US involvement in Vietnam from 1945 to 1967 speaks to what we see happening now: a president openly attacking news outlets and making accusations of “fake news.” While the film focuses on the Washington Post, the story doesn’t end there. In October 1971, Beacon Press released … Continued
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