We are just under 2 weeks away from Pride Weekend! You can follow updates on the PFLAG website and/or Pride Facebook page, @midshorePrideMD 2019. Below is a line-up of activities that kick off in Easton and continue with activities in Chestertown and Cambridge. UUCR will have a booth at Pride in the Park on Saturday, May 4 at Fountain Park from … Continued
Look for announcements during this coming week.
UUCR will be presenting a display of Mr. Jason Patterson’s anti-racism artwork. The exhibit, “On the Superhumanization of African Americans and Other Works by Jason Patterson,” is intended to raise our awareness and continue the education and dialog around racism and its impacts on all of society. Jason is a visual artist whose work focuses on … Continued
Sun, Mar 17, After Service: A Potluck “Thank You” and “Good Luck” Party for Margo! Please bring a favorite dish to share as we toast our long-time office administrator Margo Long, who has worked so diligently on our behalf for many years, and will be leaving her job at UUCR (but not Chestertown) at the end … Continued
Fri, Mar 22, Spring Equinox and Sock Burning Celebration and Potluck at the home of Carl Gallegos and Brenda Rocconi, 6 p.m. (Please note the shift to the fourth Friday of the month, to make the dinner closer to the actual day spring begins.)
Kent County Emergency Services is hosting an ALICE training at UUCR on Sunday at 12:00. ALICE stands for Alert-Lockdown-Inform-Counter-Evacuate. The training takes about 90 minutes. We’re trying to get our emergency plan implemented and the more folks that are aware of it the better. Stick around after church — there will be snacks aplenty to … Continued
The Persistence of White Supremacy in United States History and Life by Rev. Dave Billings, who visited UUCR in November. The discussion will be led by Amanda Madar, Lolli Sherry, and Gerry Edwards.
sponsored by the Chester River Valley Ministerial Association, of which UUCR is a part. The theme of the breakfast is “Standing Up for Justice.” Keynote speaker will be William W. Davis, Jr., Cecil County Circuit Court Judge. The program will also feature the Kent County High School Jazz Ensemble, the Gospel Shepherds, and the Chester River Chorale River … Continued
The Persistence of White Supremacy in United States History and Life by Rev. Dave Billings, who visited UUCR last month. See ‘NEWS’ –> Broadsheet for details.