When the news is bad and we see injustice every day in the news, it is sometimes hard to have hope. But when we see people with the courage to take action, we can take hope. That is what we find in the history of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, from its beginnings, rescuing those targeted by the Nazis, to today, as the Service Committee partners with those who have hope that they can bring about change, and the courage to take action.
This Sunday kicks off our Annual Guest At Your Table program where we learn about the work of our human-rights organization, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), with over 50 partners in more than 20 countries working to challenge inequities, injustice, and oppression. UUSC has an impressive history of confronting unjust power structures, of mobilizing to challenge oppressive policies, of changing people’s lives, of having the hope and courage to take action.
Worship Associate: Doyle Dobbins
Music: Kathy Harris, Leah Orchinik