“Beyond the Water’s Edge” Sunday Service: General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship – Live-streamed

June 28, 2020 @ 9:45 am – 10:45 am

Our Service is Live-streamed here.

Join us at a different time this Sunday, June 28 at — 9:50AM — for brief community connection and 10:00AM service preface.  It is usually just a few of us who get to attend the UUA General Assembly, but thanks to the virtual nature of this year’s GA, we all can attend! Join us for the largest annual gathering of UUs together in worship.

After our UCWC welcome and cards of sharing, just before 10:00am, you will be directed to join the UUA General Assembly Service. The worship will be streamed on YouTube and the UUA’s Facebook page. You also can open or bookmark: https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2020/sunday-worship

10:00am: Enjoy the UUA General Assembly online worship service, led by Rev. Joan Javier-Duval, Minister of the Unitarian Church of Montpelier, VT and Rev. Mykal O’Neal Slack, Community Minister for Worship & Spiritual Care for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism, an organization and growing spiritual community committed to supporting Black folx in our faith.


More About the Service Leaders

Rev. Joan Javier-Duval will be a worship leader and will deliver the sermon. She is the daughter of immigrants from the Philippines, mother of a kindergartner, and spouse of a proud Vermonter.

Rev. Mykal O’Neal Slack will also be a worship leader. He is currently the Community Minister for Worship and Spiritual Care for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism, and a co-founder of the Transforming Hearts Collective, a ministry that both supports spaces for LGBTQ people to access resilience, healing, and spirituality, and re-sources faith communities and other groups for the work of radical inclusion and culture shift.

After the Service Social Time Zoom Rooms

We can then meet up again in Zoom Rooms for conversation and connection! All are welcome!!

Click https://zoom.us/j/814216615 or enter Meeting ID: 814 216 615 and Password: 005472

Unitarian Universalism holds that great good comes from wide diversity. Whoever you are, from wherever your beliefs may spring, we welcome you.