We will be joined by Gwendolyn Hooker, CEO and Founder of Helping Other People Exceed (HOPE) thru Navigation and a local proponent of the ‘Tiny House’ movement, who believes these micro-housing units can have a big impact on the homeless population in Kalamazoo and … read more.
Topic: Social Justice
For those who are invisible in our society, reclaiming their truth and keeping hope alive can be a constant struggle. Rev. Gy will share stories of resilience and survival from those who are sometimes overlooked.
Our Unitarian Universalist faith is often described as having deeds, not creeds. On this multi-generational Social Justice Sunday, we will roll up our sleeves and work together and put our faith in action to help Ministry with Community, a local service organization that strives … read more.
Laura Ray attends the UU Church of Greater Lansing and is currently an Economic Justice Alliance of Michigan (EJAM) Fellow. Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is one of seven organizations within EJAM. Laura is taking up the subject of disability within the Lansing … read more.
We will be joined by guest speaker Patricia Clark from Community AIDS Resource and Education Services.
Rev. Gy will share her thoughts on Labor Day.
Mary Roscoe and Lauren Ritter will be leading this service about Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to the United States Congress. Please check the weekly emails in February for more details.
This will be an Intergenerational Service (all ages welcome and encouraged), led by our Religious Education Director Jacquis Robertson. We look forward to you all joining us, and we hope you’ll join us after the service for coffee and connecting.
Guest at Your Table is an annual tradition in which congregation members take home a box featuring people that the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) has worked with recently. These people are your “guests,” and you are asked to share your blessings with them each meal … read more.
Alicia Johnston will be sharing her story of transformation from a religiously conservative and closeted queer person to a more expansive and affirming spirituality. Along the way will be lessons learned about compassion, inclusion, and the importance of working for equality.