Rev. Denise Cawley
From our abolitionists and suffragette ancestors to the Unitarian ministers who traveled to Europe to bring relief to hundreds of endangered Jews and refugees to our UU ministers who went to Selma in 1965, our spiritual ancestors have been stepping out boldly, using creativity to deliver love in the most needed places. Often these efforts have been led by youth and younger adults. Our fellow congregants are also bringing creativity and justice to corners of our communities that need it. Today’s service will highlight bold and creative methods of making more love and justice in our world. Join us in celebrating.