Liz James from Mirth and Dignity will be the guest presenter this Sunday.
The service, on the topic of “My Muzungu Eyes Are Improving,” is above all a humor service—with funny stories of lions and cross cultural misunderstandings. It’s also a service about bravery and Unitarianism overseas—telling the story of Rev Fulgence Ndadigimana’s imprisonment for his work as a UU Minister, how UUs around the world came together to get him released, and the not for profit he founded afterwards. Above all, it’s a story of friendship, and how building relationships with people very different from us enriches us and allows us to make a difference in the world.
This service will be live at 10 AM via Zoom. Here is the link to the service.
You can download the Order of Service here.
The service will be followed by our usual coffee hour and conversation; here is the link to the coffee hour.
Note that the service will not be uploaded to YouTube. If you miss it and want to view it, contact Erica Bartlett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Liz James does content creation, freelance writing, and preaching for a living. Mirth and Dignity is a Unitarian Universalist not-for-profit dedicated to humor, evangelism, worship, creating online UU content, and raising funds for good causes. We are best known for our 75,000 person Facebook community, the UU Hysterical Society.
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