Saying No. And Saying Yes.

The Worship and Arts Council welcomes Reverend Mary Margaret Earl to the pulpit this Sunday.

There is much we must stand against in these times. Many of us over the past year have marched and kept vigil to say ‘No’ to hate. But changing course means also seeking ways to say ‘Yes’ to transformation.

The Reverend Mary Margaret Earl is Executive Director and Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry. In this ministry, she has worked to strengthen bonds between UUs and the Roxbury neighborhood where the UUUM operates. She is on the Moral Movement Massachusetts leadership team, which strives to reclaim what it means to be religious in the public square. Prior to her arrival at the UU Urban Ministry, she spent 10 years at a faith-based nonprofit in Rhode Island, serving the homeless community. She is past president of the Board of the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless, recipient of the Heroes of Faith Award from the Rhode Island State Council of Churches for her interfaith work, and is a longtime vegan committed to standing up for nonhuman animals.

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