Join us as we listen to the words of activist and writer adrienne maree brown, who gave a sermon entitled “It’s Our Revival” as part of a ritual for personal and collective liberation in celebration of Juneteenth and Pride month earlier this year in New York City. The words of brown are particularly resonant as we will have just celebrated Bisexuality Day as well as Native American Day on September 23, are about to celebrate Decorah Pride September 29-October 1, and will observe October as LGBT History Month.
All are welcome to join us at Sunday Fellowship either in-person (usually at the Lingonberry but the service description will note if it is elsewhere) or remotely via Zoom. We have transitioned back to an every-Sunday service.
LIVESTREAMED VIA ZOOM: See Zoom Details for Sunday Services
- Masks are required at indoor services but are optional at outdoor services.
- Speakers at services will have the option to remove their masks (Unless Covid numbers in Winneshiek County rise above “Medium”)
- Please join the service remotely if you:
- are unvaccinated;
- have any signs of illness now or in the last five days (feeling “bad,” cough, runny nose, fever, headache, body aches, intestinal symptoms, loss of taste or smell, etc.);
- have increased vulnerability;
- are uncomfortable gathering in public right now.
Share-the-Plate – Our plate recipient for September-October is Meskwaki Language Preservation project. To donate to the plate recipient, you can Give Online. Or, if sending a check, please note “Share the Plate” in the memo line. Donations may be mailed to Decorah UU, PO Box 382, Decorah, IA 52101.