Rev. Denise Cawley, UUCCWC Worship Team, UUCCWC JUST Act & Pacific UU Fellowship (PUUF)
Thank you to Rev. Denise Cawley, Our Worship Team, JUST-Act, and Pacific UU Fellowship (PUUF) for contributing to bringing this service to our congregations. We are participating in this denomination wide event with leaders throughout our denomination and special musical guests.
In the midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate in the 2020 elections. Join UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, the UU the Vote team, and a lineup of powerful, prophetic UU voices as we explore the intersections of faith, justice, and democracy in this collective virtual service.
Following this Sunday’s moving UUA prepared #VoteLove and #DefeatHate service, Jane Hogue and Anne Dale, coordinators of the Reclaim Our Vote/UU the Vote postcard project, will facilitate a ZOOM discussion in the main room. To have a lively discussion in which all may speak, we encourage use of the raised hand function. The service will run a little over an hour so we can incorporate our valued Joys and Concerns.
Please join Jane and Anne to share your ideas for building a new world through UUCCWC collective, effective, sustained actions and community partnerships now and after the election. In keeping with the Seven Principles and to honor our ancestors who labored and fought for freedom, whatever scenarios surround the election, we want to protect our democracy, the worth and dignity of every person, justice and equity and an abundant future for all on our planet. “We believe in the motive force of love.”