Jan 27, Rosie Ramsey Granillo, “Anti-racism as the Deepest Center.” Special music by Freddy Granillo.

Sun, Jan 27, 10 a.m., Sunday Service — Rosemary Ramsey Granillo, “Anti-racism as the Deepest Center.” Schooled in the Central-American Solidarity Movement, Rosie Ramsey Granillo now works to build anti-racism leadership in the rural, predominantly white community where she grew up. How did she end up here, and what translates from her past experience? Why does anti-racism stand at the center of her efforts for social change? Special music for this service will be performed by Fredy Granillo.

Feb 3, Rev. Sue Browning, “What Does ‘Social Justice’ Look Like?”

How do you understand social justice? Many Unitarian Universaists lean toward action and create “Social Justice” to-do lists. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll step back from our lists and explore what it means to be a “social justice” faith. Service to be followed by a Stewardship Meeting (Pledge Drive Kick-Off), after a light lunch.

Feb 10, Mr. Josh Long, “Punches, Podcasts, and Process.”

Feb 17, Rev. Sue Browning, “Trust: The Essence of Faith.”

What do you trust in the world? What is the bedrock of your faith? Unitarian Universalism is often explained by describing aspects of other faith traditions that were rejected. Join Rev. Sue Browning as we consider the ways we hope our faith supports us in times of question or struggle.

Feb 24, Cantor Gary Schiff, “I Got the Post-Pittsburgh Blues: Anti Semitism Today.”

Special music by Nevin Dawson.