To Awaken Love and Justice in Our Lives and in the World

 

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Every Sunday at 11AM

COVID Policy Update (4/12/22): Everyone attending services is encouraged to be fully vaccinated, which includes boosters as recommended for them. Everyone above age 2 attending services will be masked throughout their time indoors. Everyone attending services should stay 6 feet or more from people who are not in their households whenever possible. With masking and distancing in place, the live congregation is invited to sing. Click here for more information on the precautions we are taking.
 

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https://uuma.zoom.us/j/145662677 
Meeting ID: 145 662 677

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Meeting ID: 145 662 677 

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Upcoming Services

July 3. What Happened To You?
Service led by: Melody Bergey
Drawn in part from Oprah Winfrey's book of the same name, this service will explore how trauma impacts individuals and society. It is hard to discuss trauma, and even harder to face the stigma of admitting one's own experience of trauma, but whether we discuss it or not, it affects our lives and communities. Join us in unpacking what defines trauma, the impacts it has, and the ways we can live with and beyond it.
     Melody has been a member of First Unitarian for over 5 years, singing with the choir and the band, serving as a worship associate, involved in small group ministries, and the stewardship team. She recently finished a degree in graphic design, and is a lover of baking and the outdoors!

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Rev. Abbey Tennis, Lead Minister

A lifelong Unitarian Universalist from the Boston area, Rev. Abbey Tennis is passionate about vibrant, robustly spiritual, urban ministry in a multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-generational setting. Her great loves in congregational ministry include worship leadership, collaborative leadership development, institutional anti-racism and anti-oppression work, and the building of resilient networks of pastoral care. 

 

Rev. Hannah Capaldi, Minister for Faith Formation

Reverend Hannah Capaldi is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist.  She was raised in the congregation at First Parish of Concord and was ordained there in December of 2019.  She comes to First Unitarian Philadelphia with a passion for preaching an inspiring word, challenging her communities to live into their best selves, and finding joy in pursuit of a better world.  

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