Pulpit Guests: Delbert and Barbara Charging Crow
We honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day with a Lakota prayer service led by Delbert and Barbara Charging Crow. They will cleanse, call in, offer, sing, pray, and close this simple Lakota prayer ceremony. Please join us for this special and unique worship service.
The Rev. Suzelle Lynch
Addiction. When Anne Lamott, a popular author and recovering alcoholic, wrote, “You can get the monkey off your back, but the circus never leaves town,” she was speaking of how difficult it can be to break an addiction, and to stay sober. It involves a process of letting go, and then letting go again and again. A caring community which can support those who are recovering is a great gift. Is UUCW that kind of community?
Kaleidoscope, the UUCW Worship Band, plays today!
Pulpit Guest: Kathy White
As Unitarian Universalists, we strive to treat others with fairness and compassion on a daily basis. How does social justice fit into our personal spiritual practices? To what extent do we as Unitarian Universalists have the power to heal the oppressed?