Justice, Freedom, and a Nonviolent Revolution
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called for justice and freedom for all in his work in the civil rights movement. He imagined a nonviolent revolution – a revolution that required active resistance, not passivity. That worked to convert, not defeat; that served to be against evil, not against persons; that respected the dignity of each person. As we reflect on the work of this astounding man, we cannot help but see the need for the country today to call upon these values and ideals as we work together to build the future King aspired to create.
I will host a New to UU Session after worship on January 17
New to Unitarian Universalism? New to Channing Memorial Church? Been around for a while, but want a refresher? Join me after worship on January 17 to discuss our faith. We’ll explore our history, our Principles, and what this means today. We’ll also get a glimpse into the history and happenings of this special congregation. This is also an opportunity to get to know a bit more about one another! I invite anyone who may be interested to grab a cup of coffee, a snack, and join in on the conversation.