“Until Love Wins” – from the 60th Annual UUA General Assembly.” Note: Starts @ 11:00 AM!

When

06/27/21    
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Event Type

NOTE TIME CHANGE:  11:00 AM
“Until Love Wins” – from the 60th Annual UUA General Assembly.”

Live Streaming only at these two web locations:  The UUA web site: http://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2021/sunday-worship  and This YouTube site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-VLMTPyE_U  Live chat will be available during the live stream.

 

Rise and Shine for Virtual Sunday Service from the 60th Annual General Assembly

First Universalist Church of Minneapolis, leading

the First Universalist Church of Minneapolis will be the leaders of this worship experience.  It is special because it comes at the end of the 60th Annual UU General Assembly.  From the information, it appears that it will be streamed from Minneapolis to UUs everywhere!  Last year’s Sunday worship was viewed on over 10,000 screens.

SPECIAL NOTE:  We’re joining the live stream starting @ 11 am.  Note the time change for just this week!  Live chat available as well.
However the live stream will be available only at two locations (and not the church YouTube Channel or Facebook Page):

The UUA web site: http://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2021/sunday-worship  and

This YouTube site:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-VLMTPyE_U

The Morning Program:  https://www.uua.org/files/2021-06/2021%20Sunday%20Morning%20OOS.pdf

Join us virtually for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. Recognizing the importance of shared ministry and the many innovative approaches to worship created by congregations during the pandemic, UUA President, Rev. Dr. Susan Frederick Gray, selected the First Universalist Church of Minneapolis to serve as worship leaders for this year’s GA Sunday Morning Service.

First Universalist has been a model of shared ministry and what it means to put the work of dismantling white supremacy and building anti-racist, anti-oppressive practices at the center of their ministry. They have been on the front lines in support of the Movement for Black Lives in Minneapolis, bringing spiritual care and moral leadership in the wake of George Floyd’s murder by police and the important uprisings for justice that followed. Children and families are a vital part of their ministry, and they have been using creative approaches to engage all ages in worship during the pandemic. Their leadership exemplifies some of the best practices for the creativity, spiritual depth, and moral leadership that is possible when we embrace the work of shared ministry rooted in love and justice.

Rev. Jen Crow; Rev. Arif Mamdani; Julica Hermann de la Fuente; Karen Hutt; Lauren Wyeth; Dr. Randy Buikema; Franco Holder; Aimee K. Bryant

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