How many of us have had our whole worlds changed by another person’s story? A moment of shared connection, a song, a moment of creating together? In this collaborative service, adults and children from our Growing Anti-Racist UUs program will open up their own spiritual toolboxes and ask you to explore yours, too. We’ll be joined by a special guest, Omar Mohamed, who has woven his own life story into an award-winning graphic novel. Together, we will open and explore the ways that story, art, connection, and spiritual attention can help us live lives of empathy, meaning, and justice. Join the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Berks County and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lancaster with gathering music at 10AM, worship at 10:15.
See the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lancaster YouTube Page for the service recording