“The UUA: What it Looks Like Today” Jill McAllister

As an organization, the Unitarian Universalist Association is constantly evolving, as each generation of UUs in congregations and beyond, across the country, strives to face and respond to the world in which we live. Where is the UUA now, and where is our movement heading? These are good questions to ask as People’s faces the present and future here in Kalamazoo. (Service will include sharing of some of the great sermons and presentations at the General Assembly, just completed in Louisville.)

Summer Services begin at 10 a.m., meeting in Room 19 (in the new building.) Activities for elementary-aged children K-6th, and baby/toddler care are provided.

Want to see past or future Sunday Service topics? Visit the Sunday Service page.

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