The poet Sappho writes,
“I want to say something but shame / prevents me // yet if you had a desire for good or beautiful things / and your tongue were not concocting some evil to say, / shame would not hold down your eyes / but rather you would speak about what is just.”
This week we will look at open listening and righteous speech as vehicles for social justice.
Channing services will be online using Zoom until guidance from public health authorities, the Unitarian Universalist Association, and safety for the entire congregation permits otherwise. For those who already have the Zoom Id for this event, please note that passwords are required and you should read the Minister’s emails or the weekly Channing email news, which will include the necessary information.
Please write to email@example.com for a zoom id for access to this service. We would appreciate your name, email address and (if you plan to dial in) the last 4 digits of your phone number. This will help us keep a safe and secure online service. We would appreciate requests a day ahead, though we will do our best to respond to all who wish to be a part of our service. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you.
Note: Channing Memorial does not record any online Zoom meeting. Members and prospective participants will be notified in advance if this changes.