Topic: Justice

The Call of Our Faith

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In every moment, life gives us an invitation.

As UUs, that invitation is to discover ourselves as spiritual beings, to be part of a community of like-mined individuals who are on the journey together, and to reach … read more.

I Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Women’s Suffrage and African American Women’s Voices

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This special service is cosponsored by the First Unitarian Women’s Alliance and the Worship Ministry.

Through songs and stories this presentation will share the journey and the contributions of African American women in the struggle for the … read more.

The Religious Pursuit of Justice

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Farrah Alexander is a writer whose work focuses on feminism, parenting, social justice, politics, and current events. The title of Sunday’s upcoming presentation, The Religious Pursuit of Justice, comes from a guiding principle in her life “Justice, justice … read more.

Indigenous People’s Day

On Sunday, Oct 11 we will celebrate Indigenous People’s Day.  We will be listening to a Ted Talk entitled “Legacy” given by Navajo leader Mark Charles.  It is highly educational as well as political.  Although not necessarily spiritual, it certainly fits in the Unitarian search … read more.

White Privilege and Intentionality

In these days of intensified civil unrest due to continued acts of violence against people of color, many people are calling for accountability. This Sunday Rev. Lori explores the issue of accountability, including the intentionality required to come to terms with the realities of our … read more.

Praying Justice

Praying Justice will be prayer (very broadly defined) in the work of justice.

Rev. Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell is professor of theology at Louisville Presbyterian Seminary and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church USA.  She also taught in the Religious Studies department at Yale University where … read more.

Changing Faces – Common Walls

Kyle Ellison looks at the challenges and heartbreaks of our Kentucky prison system, drawing on 16 years as a parole office and prison staff trainer. A photo exhibit to accompany the service will be mounted in the Social Hall.