Sunday Service: July 19, 2015
Service at 10 a.m.
“Peace, Power, and Perspective: Living Our 6th Principle”
Rev. Amy Rowland, preaching; Jim Highsmith, Worship Associate
We’ll delve further into Unitarian Universalism’s sixth principle, which focuses on the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all.
Rev. Amy Rowland serves as a community minister, life coach, and facilitator. Prior to entering ministry, her concern for social justice led her to a career in non-profit administration, where she spent time as managing editor of the international academic journal Feminist Economics and as director of Brigid’s Hope, a restorative justice program that provides housing and mentoring for women released from Texas prisons. She has a Ph.D. in ethics from Rice University, a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver, and a Master of Divinity from Iliff School of Theology.
This week’s Half-Plate offering: Trans Youth Education and Support (TYES) supports transgender and gender creative children and their families. TYES has helped over 30 families discover the unique needs of their children and the resources to support them. Nominated by Karen Axe.
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