Black History of Unitarian Universalism: We Shape Our Faith Together

NOTE: Rescheduled from Feb 24! And – don’t forget to Spring Forward for Daylight Savings Time!

In February, Americans say the names and retell the stories of African Americans whose achievements and contributions helped to shape us as a nation.  When we investigate unfamiliar corners of our shared past, we learn more about who we are today.  Come hear stories of 4 of our black UU ancestors: the Rev. Lewis McGee, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Fannie Barrier Williams, and Annie B. Jordan Willis.

Service leader: Karen Esterl

Everyone is welcome at our Sunday morning gathering. We meet at The Lingonberry, 218 W. Water Street, with our service at 10:00, followed by our social time at 11:00.

Share-the-Plate – Our plate recipient for March-April is Friends of the Family, providing safe shelter, confidential services, and housing assistance to individuals in crisis due to homelessness, domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. To donate to the recipient, simply designate so on your check or offering envelope. Loose cash or undesignated envelopes in the offering plate go to Decorah UU.