Past and Present: The Spiritual Work of Antiracism

On the Sunday set aside to honor the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we will look back in history to consider activity at First Parish in the late 1960s during the national civil rights movement and Unitarian Universalism’s Black Empowerment Controversy. We will also look forward to consider the important spiritual work involved in becoming antiracist, both individually and collectively.

This service will be available online only. On Sunday at 10 a.m. you can view the service on our live streaming portal or through Zoom with live captioning. Zoom access info is emailed out ahead of time to friends and members. The service can be viewed at any later time on our recorded playlist, on our homepage.