How To Be A Good (Multicultural) Person

It’s the beginning of Black History Month in the United States. There are so many ways in which we want to be better in terms of racial justice and equity, which are essential components of building the beloved community. In today’s service, we’ll spend some time reflecting together about what it means for us to “Be a Good Person” in our increasingly multicultural world.

The service will be led by a guest minister, Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos. Rev. Dr. Kharma Amos (she/hers) is an ordained minister with 20 years of professional experience in pastoral ministry and denominational leadership.  Rev. Amos holds plural ministerial standing in the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) where she was granted preliminary fellowship in 2020, as well as the Metropolitan Community Churches where she was originally ordained in 2002. She is a preacher, activist, writer, singer, educator, fundraiser, and administrator with a passion for engaging others who are committed to spiritual growth, inclusive community, and social justice. (Read her full bio here.)

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.

A Community Conversation will follow the service, usually between 10:45 AM and 11 AM, depending on the length of the service. Here is the link to the Conversation.

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