Speaker: John Motter
It’s a whole community not just the individual that goes to war. How do we nurture the beauty of those left behind? And, how do we actually define what is a war?
Sexual violence, and the rape culture that supports it, go against our principles as Unitarian Universalists. Two survivors will share their stories during this service, followed by a Pledge Campaign pancake breakfast and a workshop on sexual violence prevention facilitated by Natasha Cruz-Knopf.
Think that the important issues are at the national level? More often, change starts at the local level. Hear how UUSP’s Social Justice ministry is changing the lives of Pinellas County residents. We bet you’ll be surprised by all that we can do. Join us this … read more.
“The storm is passing over, the old hymn says, Except… The storm has not passed over just yet, has it? Here, for this hour together, We rest in the eye of the storm. We gather not as a changed people, but as a changing people.” … read more.
It seems that life is a constant transition but milestone birthdays seem to bring added emotion.
Sunday, March 14 @ 10:30 AM John Motter
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we’ve congregated in person. We’ve not had a Journeys Service since our last in-person Sunday Service. We are fortunate to have Barbara Archibald and Alan Frolich share their personal journeys … read more.