UU Voices in Dialogue: Racial Justice

UU Voices in Dialogue
Our Living Tradition in Changing Times

October: UU Voices in Racial Justice

When: Thursday, Oct 15, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: Boulder Valley UU Fellowship

Rev. Kelly Dignan and Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry invite you to a discussion series designed to help deepen your connection to Unitarian Universalism and to fellow UUs from your congregation and beyond. Hosted by both the Boulder Valley UU Fellowship and the UU Church of Boulder, we will hold these gatherings three times throughout the year.

  • Explore Unitarian Universalism through contemporary voices and enlivening conversation
  • Relax and nourish yourself with wine, cheese, non-alcoholic beverages, and other treats

For our October theme of Racial Justice, we will use the guiding voices of Kenny Wiley, Director of Faith Formation at Prairie UU Church in Parker, CO, and Senior Editor at UU World magazine, and Karen Johnston, Intern Minister at the First Parish Church of Groton, MA. You can read both of their articles at the links below.