We celebrate Black History Month with this intergenerational service lifting up the role of children and teenagers in the movements for civil rights for Asian Americans and African Americans. Their leadership was essential in winning “silver rights” and helping the United States live up to its promise to be “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” What might today’s generation of young people do?
Jane Chronis gives a testimony about why UUCPA matters to her, we hear and sing music by African-American composers of multiple genres, and the choir sings a South African freedom song. See you there!
Worship leaders: Revs. Catherine Boyle and Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Special music: Veronika Agranov-Dafoe, piano
Follow along in the order of service, bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20230226.
We gather in person in the Main Hall, in person on the main patio, and via Zoom: bit.ly/uucpa_service_1015am . In-person, we are distanced 3′ and masked for safety. You may also sit on the patio if you prefer. Please sign in at the welcome table as you arrive. To watch the service live on our Facebook page, visit: www.facebook.com/uucpa/live_videos.
Featured image from The Children’s March, courtesy of SPLC Learning for Justice