Speaker: John Motter
If someone is transphobic, racist, or otherwise makes our spaces unsafe, how do we keep our spaces truly welcome for all?
Several members of UU St. Pete attended the UUA General Assembly in Pittsburgh earlier this summer. They will share their highlights and perceptions of GA, the implications for our church and our denomination’s future.
In 2017, several BIPOC UU leaders organized the White Supremacy Teach-In, and over 600 UU congregations participated. Today’s worship service examines this recent history, along with implications for the present and future of UU St. Pete. Special guests include Terri … read more.
The 8th Principle has resulted from several grass roots efforts across our denomination. The intent is to bring focus to building a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by dismantling racism and other oppressions in ourselves and institutions. Looking inward is often a vulnerable … read more.
President Lyndon B. Johnson said: “The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down injustice and destroying the terrible walls which imprison men because they are different from other men.”
Join us this Sunday to explore the spiritual practice … read more.