“Flower Communion” by Rev. Don Rollins Don will lead us in a live, online version of the Flower Communion. Our starting time will be as usual, 11:00. If you have, or want to pick a flower, we’ll have a time for sharing during the service. Sunday, May 10, 2020, at 11:00am via Zoom.
Join by Phone: Use your phone to dial either 312 626 6799 or 646 876 9923.
Then, when asked, enter meeting ID: 699 283 5748
Join via Zoom: If you’ve already download the Zoom app, then simply click on this link to join us: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6992835748
Watch via Facebook: If all goes well, we’ll also be LiveStreaming directly from Zoom onto our UUFA Facebook page here during the service.
If you don’t already have Zoom on your computer, laptop, or smartphone, download the FREE Zoom app, available at https://zoom.us/download If you haven’t downloaded apps before, or have any questions, please call one of our tech team members: Susan W. 240-305-0860, Wenda S.740-818-1845, or Brian R. 740-274-9677. We would love to help you in exchange for your presence in our lives. Thank you.
AN EXTRA THANKS go to Roberta & Jessie for making the fellowship positively sparkle in our absence, and to the Ray family for covering the flowers under our UUFA sign, because Polar Vortex. Here are some photos. Remember, someday we will return!
From our UUA District:
A letter from the Poor People’s Campaign:
A National Call for Moral Revival
Trump and other extremists are again calling to “reopen the country.” Over the past week, many states have begun to ease restrictions on stay in place orders. These plans to reopen the economy show no regard for human life and are prioritizing the greed and profit of the few over the health of the majority. We cannot be silent as poor and marginalized people are disproportionately hurt by these policies.
This moment calls for all people of conscience to come together to call for moral noncooperation, to stay in place, stay alive and organize, organize, organize!
We need each of you to get involved in the 50 Days of Action leading up to the Mass Poor People’s Assembly and Moral March on Washington Digital Justice Gathering on June 20, 2020.
Join the Everybody’s Got a Right to Live Cultural Day of Action on May 20th
The Virtual Art Build Toolkit includes an art-making guide, designs you can use, art-making how-to guides, songs, music tips, and more to participate in an Everybody’s Got a Right to Live Cultural Day of Action on May 20, 2020.
We are asking people to sign up to make a Virtual Letter Sign Group Banner and we will need your photos by Sunday May 10th. See p.6-10 in the toolkit for more details and sign up to make a letter here!! Also, see the toolkit for instructions to record your version of the Everybody’s Got a Right to Live song, video frames and Canva instructions (Songs are due Friday May 15th!)
We know that the coronavirus is awakening many to the political and economic crises that have long been buried under the surface: before COVID-19, nearly 700 people died everyday because of poverty and inequality in this country. A moral fusion movement is necessary to not just weather this storm, but to transform the nation!
Forward together, not one step back!
Rev. Dr. William Barber and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
Co-Chairs, Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
The UUFA board’s next meeting will be on Saturday, May 9th 2pm via Zoom. All members are invited to attend. Contact a board member for Zoom login information.
FUTURE SUNDAYS Especially if you were formerly on our pre-pandemic schedule of presenters, please let us know if you’re willing to do an interactive Zoom Sunday service. The next programming committee meeting is May 3rd at 7pm. So far, the programming committee has these Sundays scheduled:
May 17th – Nate Kojun Hayes
May 24th – UUFA Coffee and Connection – A chance to express your fears, dreams, hopes, and concerns about the future.
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