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Imagining King with Radical Possibilities

Imagining King with Radical Possibilities

Full Community CelebrationTheme: Love as Pluralism
Speaker: Rev Gordon Clay Bailey, Pastor AJ Blackwood

“We celebrate that we are all sacred beings, diverse in culture, experience, and theology. We covenant to learn from one another in our free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We embrace our differences and commonalities with Love, curiosity, and respect.”

UUA Article II Commission (Proposal)

**The Sunday Experience**
4:30 pm PT – Welcome and Hospitality
5:00 pm PT – Evening Service (ZOOM Opens)
6:00 pm PT – Refreshments
6:30 pm PT – Continuing Conversations

SepulvedaUU Sanctuary
**Center for Spiritual Living**
17622 Chatsworth St
Granada Hills, CA 91344

Join us every 3rd Sunday of the month for a Full Community Celebration with SepulvedaUU and UUs for Racial Justice.

At this point I believe we all have listened to the excerpts of Dr. King’s famous speeches.  I’d even say most Americans believe in much of what Kings said in terms of Equality, Justice and Racial Harmony.  But have you ever imagined Martin Luther King Jr as the president of the UUA?  Can you think about the possibilities of the UU movement as the primary place in the nation where people of all colors, creeds, genders, orientations, worship, play, and act for justice together.

Well, I have and I even know of the dialog that went on with Dr. King about the possibility of this happening.  Join us as we re-imagine our denomination, our beautiful congregation, and even our connection to others we’ve never known or thought of before.  Let’s channel Dr King as an active force for social change and theological discourse, and the building of the Beloved Community.

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All are welcome! This is a “Full Community Celebration” with SepulvedaUU and UUs for Racial Justice.

Community Celebrations (worship) are different each Sunday, but we always have music, an extended check-in and discussion because we believe our lives and experiences as BIPOC folks are sacred texts. We generally stay together for 2 1/2 hours, but you are welcome to stay for as long or as short a time as suits you.

After the Service. we will be hosting an extended checkin and discussion space with breakout rooms for our BIPOC (and family) and White Siblings to share what is important in our lives with the community.

Sometimes we have a large crowd and sometimes just a few folks, but we are committed to always holding this space for anyone who may wish to join us.

We hope to see you soon!