Summer Online Collaborative Worship Series 2021

This summer, we are excited to join together with 7 other congregations throughout our MidAmerica region to share worship and community with one another. The creativity of online worship has allowed us to visit one another’s services from the comfort of our own homes and churches. In addition to enriching our summer, this collaboration will provide a well-deserved break for each congregation’s tech and worship volunteers and offer time to plan for the reopening to multi-platform worship in the Fall. Join us as we come together as Unitarian Universalists to share our search for truth and meaning, love and liberation!

LOGISTICS: All information and the Zoom link you will need to join each service will be in the Friday Update email newsletter (subscribe here, if you haven’t already). A UUCM staff member will be present at each online service and the tech support phone number is still available at 612-486-2705. 
PLEASE NOTE: Start times will alternate between 10:00 AM or 10:30 AM depending on the host congregation. The start time will be posted prominently, keep an eye out for it!

SCHEDULE (Please note start time). More services will be posted throughout the summer, check back often!

Sunday, June 20 at 10:30 AM (Gather starting at 10 AM)
Congregation: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and Church of Bismarck-Mandan, Bismarck, ND
Worship Leader: Rev. Elizabeth Sollie

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Racially Restrictive Covenants in Wayzata and Plymouth (Part II)

Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 PM Online

In the first session in May, we heard a brief summary of the history and legacy of racially restrictive covenants in Wayzata and Plymouth. Join us for a follow up session where we will discuss the current impacts that racial covenants still have on our communities and dive deeper into the Just Deeds Coalition, who help property owners discharge discriminatory covenants and provide education opportunities that help communities acknowledge this history.

Register now to learn about what YOU can do to acknowledge this discrimination, discharge these covenants and build a foundation for more inclusive communities.

Watch the first session here.

Learn More About Just Deeds and Mapping Prejudice.

Supporting Organizations:
League of Women Voters of Wayzata-Plymouth Area, Just Deeds, City of Wayzata, Wayzata Community Education, Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners, and Citizens 4 Racial Equity, Plymouth Diversity Equity and Inclusion- Minnesota