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November 5: Black Holes and Beloved Community

As we mark the week of another Election Day, many of us are in deep contemplation about how we can truly achieve Beloved Community–an ideal where all are honored, heard and held. As Unitarian Universalists, we are facing our own challenging conversations about race, deepened by those who stay engaged. How can we deepen our ability to hear differences among us as a step to being in ore authentic exchange. We will take a collections for the Movement for Black Lives UU in response to a national challenge to increase our ability to serve UUs of African descent. Join
Revs. Leslie Takahashi, Neal Anderson and Ranwa Hammamy as well as members of our congregation for this important conversation.

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