The Thanksgiving holiday is built on a colonialist lie that obscures the history about European colonists who stole Native land. Yet, it remains a holiday devoted to the notion of being thankful. Can we hold both truths at once?
Speaker: Ell Maldonado
Much of the United States celebrates Columbus Day this week, but Unitarian Universalists celebrate Indigenous People’s Day instead. Ell Tukalija Maldonado will speak about their background and culture as a Taino, and Rev. Ben will examine Columbus’ legacy of enslaving the Taino people and other … read more.
Join us this Sunday with a special guest: Toni Van Pelt, the former National Organization for Women President.
Exploring the beauty of teaching and learning
This worship service celebrates mothers of all kinds, and reaffirms our denomination’s stance: reproductive freedom for all mothers, and for all women.
Our final Sunday in March with the “Renewing Faith” theme features journeys from trans members of our congregation, as we approach Transgender Day of Visibility.