This service is packed with funny stories and poignant moments. There are cows. There are lion attacks (but don’t worry, everyone is okay). And there is the story of Rev. Fulgence’s imprisonment, the movement to get him out, and the founding of Flaming Chalice International. It’s one of the most touching and inspiring stories of modern Unitarian Universalism.
The Unitarian Universalist Hysterical Society (also known as Mirth and Dignity) and Flaming Chalice International partnered to create this recorded service just to give hardworking Unitarian Universalist leaders a break–and to share this fascinating story from our Unitarian Universalist kin in East Africa.
Worship leaders: Revs. Liz James and Fulgence Ndagijimana
Special music: Broceliande: Margaret Davis, Kristoph Klover, and Kris Yenney
Follow along in the order of service: bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20211226
Digital rights to this week’s video belong to the Unitarian Universalist Hysterical Society and so the service video will not be posted to UUCPA’s YouTube channel.