We Cry Freedom

There is a wound on the heart of the land. Not new, but extremely palpable right now; burning with irony in the light of a 4th of July fireworks display as this country revels in freedom even as millions are losing access to life-saving healthcare. This Sunday is not a Sunday for nationalist glorification. This is a Sunday of grieving, preparation, centering, sharing, and singing as we rise to make our way into a post-Roe wilderness time with all of our complexity; breaking hearts and playful spirits together. Time will be set aside during Altar Building for attendees either in person or over zoom to speak with an open heart on the troubles of our times. Rev. Juniper will share some takeaways from the Unitarian Universalist General Assembly in Portland as the denominational body is moving to address the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the future of Unitarian Universalism.