November 2019

Theme: Grace


Sunday, November 17th • 10:00 a.m.

“The 18” Pilgrimage” • Rev. Danny Givens

In a day where progressive liberals are taking a stand against injustice in its many forms, jumping into the fight for racial justice ill-equipped to hold space and follow leadership has led to many lasting wounds in the movement toward collective liberation and justice-work has proven to be personally Taxing, Toxic, and Tyrannical. The 18" Pilgrimage is a sermon comprised of story and observation of Intersectional Justice-work with impacted communities and frontline UU's.


As statewide organizer for the Minnesota Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Alliance, Rev. Danny Givens helps equip congregations to engage in meaningful work for change and justice. After the service, Rev. Givens will lead a visioning session in which UUFN will identify actions we can take   together to confront fear and hatred.

Sunday, November 24th • 10:00 a.m.

“Hidden Graces” • Rev. Kristin Maier

Sometimes amidst the ordinary humdrum there are hidden graces sparkling in plain sight. Even in the midst of sorrow or disappointment, gifts can slip through silently and even subversively, refusing to give loss or tragedy the final word. With special music during the service from Amy and Adams, and a special concert after! 

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