Selma is sacred ground to civil rights advocates, and those who conducted the 1965 campaign there 50 years ago are rightfully credited with guiding their mission to success. The Selma campaign is particularly important to Unitarian Universalist history because two of our own were killed during that campaign. Based on stories collected on her recent trip to Selma, Rev. Patty will explore the importance of the campaign to the civil rights movement, as well as its impact on the people of Selma, Alabama. Worship Associate, Bob Gailer.
April 5th – Easter Sunday and Flower Communion
We will begin our service with our monthly brunch; please bring a potluck dish to share (gluten free items are welcomed). After the brunch, we will celebrate Easter Sunday with our flower communion. Please bring a flower to share! Rev. Patty Hanneman.
Religious Education for Children – Each Sunday at 10:30 am
Early Room - Ages 0-5
Kids Room - Ages 6-12
Youth Group - Ages 13-17
Wednesday Evenings 1st and 3rd of each month at 7:00pm
Tuesday Evenings 1st and 3rd of each month from 6:45pm-8:45pm