This Sunday

May 17, 9:15 only

Followed by Congregational Meeting
Quest

Rev. Kirk Loadman-Copeland and members of Quest 
Theological reflection is a way of going deeper, and this has been part of Quest, an extensive exploration by six members of the church this year, facilitated by Kirk Loadman-Copeland.  Join them as they share some of their journey and insights from this program.
 
Compassion in Action Offering:  Colorado Council of Churches
 
Music: This Sunday, the First Universalist Singers will share Jason Shelton’s inclusive and beautiful piece All Lifted Hearts from the large work based upon our Unitarian Universalist sources as well as Ysaye Barnwell’s inspiring song Hope. The Chalice Sparks and Flames will sing the Leslie Bricusse song Gonna Build a Mountain.

 

Community Forum:
After Ferguson: A Follow-Up Town Hall Meeting – sponsored by the Human Rights/UUSC Task Force. 

The events in Ferguson and similar events that followed were profoundly disturbing to many individuals of all races. We are now seeing a “new racism” without the old-style racists. This often hidden bias is without cross burnings or lynchings but enslaves people of color in cycles of poverty and imprisonment. This forum will foster sharing information about groups like Denver Freedom Riders and action plans people are considering. We will do experiential activities oriented toward racial equity and where all are invited to share ideas, opinions, or ask questions based upon a shared agreement that makes it safe for everyone to speak honestly, freely, and thoughtfully about their feelings on the subject of race and racism.  Discussion facilitators will be our Human Rights/UUSC Task Force: Mimzy Tackney-Moen; Dan Moen; Pete Peterson; Phil Tatro; and Erica Stetson.

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Denver, 80222
303-759-2770

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Next Sunday

May 24, 10:00 only
Followed by All-Church Potluck Picnic
Waging Peace

Rev. Jeannie Shero and Rev. Kirk Loadman-Copeland

Join us as we reflect on the deeper meanings of Memorial Day and the dream of peace.

Compassion in Action Offering: Friends of Man