Rev. Amy Moses-Lagos, BBUUC Minister, presents
“From Stories of Individuals to a Story of the Collective”
With Carole Hawkins as Worship Associate
In the book “Salsa, Soul, and Spirit: Leadership for a Multicultural Age,” Juana Bordas shares practices from Black, Native American and Latinx communities that can benefit all organizations and leaders. She discusses the value of moving from individualism to collective identity. In a widely praised lecture in 2014, UU minister Rev. Fred Muir preached on moving from IChurch to Beloved Community. He argued that the pervasive commitment to individualism in Unitarian Universalism harms the denomination by limiting our ability to engage the changing multicultural world. In this service Reverend Amy and the worship team will explore what we can learn from these two sources
NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO FELLOWSHIP MEETING TODAY SO THAT WE MAY ALL ATTEND OUR ANNUAL MEETING AT 1pm!
During this time of social distancing, when in-person worship has been suspended, BBUUC will continue our weekly worship in video format that you can find on YouTube each Sunday morning at the “BBUUC Video” channel. Simply subscribe to the channel on YouTube, and watch our weekly worship services, modified for video viewing until we can resume gathering together for worship in our church sanctuary. The worship videos will remain on the site for viewing at your convenience. New services are posted at 6 A.M. on Sunday mornings.
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