This Sunday’s Service
This year, we will observe Black History Month with service segments featuring special music, poetry, or a guest speaker each Sunday in February.
February 5, 2023
Sunday begins our observance of Black History Month with an underlying theme of Quest for Beloved Community. In lieu of a sermon, we will watch an excerpt of a speech delivered by Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed at the Marching in the Arc of Justice Conference, marking the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Selma Voting Rights Campaign.
February 12, 2023
Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun will be our guest speaker at this Multigenerational Service.
February 19, 2023
February 26, 2023
Our featured speaker will be Brenetta Howell Barrett, 90 years young; a Chicagoan renown for her lifetime of service and leadership as a human rights advocate, political reformer, civil rights activist, journalist, and community organizer. She has an extraordinary record of volunteerism, including thirty years with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, and nearly forty years as a member of Third Unitarian Church, mentoring youth and young adults, and as a trustee.
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