Rev. Patricia Hart, with Geoff Duke
What exactly happened on June 19, 1865? It was 156 years later (2021) when “Juneteenth” was declared a federal holiday. What happened between those two events? There are many lessons to learn from our country’s tangled history since the Civil War ended. How can we put them to good use, now?
The service will include a recognition of several FUUSB high school graduates who are “bridging” into young adulthood.
If you would like to attend the service in person, please register at rsvp.church/r/eJ7rm65u. And if you’d rather attend online – please do! Just find the livestream link at uusociety.org/worship-and-music/live-streamed-sunday-worship, or visit our YouTube channel.
To make our Meeting House as safe as possible, we ask that everyone who is 5 and older be vaccinated, and those 2 and older wear a mask while inside. Seating in the Sanctuary has been adjusted for safe distancing, and the ventilation system can accommodate at least 100 people.
All are welcome to Outdoor Coffee Hour at 11 a.m. in front of the Meeting House, and Zoom Coffee Hour at 11:15 a.m. The Zoom link and more information can be found here: Online Coffee Hour