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WORSHIP

On Sunday, May 28 worship will be led by Mick Hirsch.  The title of his sermon will be “Cain.”  UU Wellesley member Joe Senecal will speak on the “Disability Experience.”  Music is provided by guest organist Mary Jane Rupert.  Childcare will not be provided during worship, please be in touch with the church office HERE if you require childcare.  Service begins at 10:30am in the Sanctuary.  Social Hour follows.  All are welcome, Join us!

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For 75 years, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee has been “Standing on the Side of Love” as our UU human rights organization, working with marginalized communities in this country and around the world.  We proudly recall that it was the work of our very own minister, the Rev. Waitstill Sharp, and his wife, Martha, who inspired the founding of the Service Committee, when they took the extraordinary risk of traveling to Europe during World War II to help refugees escape Nazi persecution.  UUSC envisions a world free from oppression and injustice.  How do they do this? For example, by...

Protesting the criminalization of immigrants and communities of color

Improving pay, benefits, safety and transparency for those working in low-paying industries

Advancing and protecting the rights of struggling populations who are most affected by climate change

Supporting sexual orientation and gender identity rights, especially in Africa

Actively countering xenophobia and anti-Muslim rhetoric in this country

Let us “Stand on the Side of Love” with our generous donations.

Checks should be made out to “UUSWH” to be tax deductible.  All cash and undesignated checks will be split evenly between the ministries of the church and the week’s designated social justice cause, approved by the Social Justice Council.  If you wish to designate your entire contribution to this week’s Social Justice cause, write “UUSC" on the memo line. As always, pledge payments should be clearly marked.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Youth in Grades K-6 will learn about the Muslim tradition of Ramadan.