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Upcoming Service

Celebrating Beloved Community and Journey Towards Justice

January 16, 2022

The journey towards healing, racial justice and building Beloved Community is long and full of challenges. It is important to pause and celebrate our milestones such as Wildflower’s recent adoption of the 8th UU Principle.  Please join us as we lift up our commitment to Beloved Community in our journey towards justice and spiritual wholeness and our collective liberation. In this service we will recognize the National Day of Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (January 18th) and the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK Day, January 17th).  We also lean into the great work of bell hooks and Desmond Tutu that led the path forward in racial justice during their lifetimes.

Children and Youth Religious Education: Classes will be held this Sunday on Zoom from 10:30 – 11:25 am.  Please write to dre@wildflowerchurch.org for more information and for the Zoom  link.

To have the Zoom link emailed to you, please fill out this form at least 90 minutes prior to the service start time.

10 Years of TXUUJM: The Spiritual Practice of Showing Up

January 23, 2022

From trans rights to reproductive justice, voting rights to the environment, this is a crucial time in Texans' fight for justice. Rev. Erin Walter, Wildflower's community minister and the Acting Executive Director of the Texas UU Justice Ministry, joins us to reflect on opportunities and challenges our statewide justice ministry is facing at its 10-year anniversary this year, and to invite us all to deepen our practice of showing up for justice.

Service Leader:  Rev. Erin Walter is Wildflower’s community minister, Acting Executive Director of TXUUJM, and active in her music ministry and in her band, Parker Woodland

Children and Youth Religious Education:  Classes will not be held this Sunday.  Vaccinated children and youth are welcome in the sanctuary.

To have the Zoom link emailed to you, please fill out this form at least 90 minutes prior to the service start time.

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