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March 2021 Services
“As we embark upon the next season of our journey toward collective liberation. Many have felt the angst and exhaust of a year of the social distance, racial trauma, and political dismay. NOW WHAT?! Invites us to lean into the call of communal wisdom and togetherness to create a greater tomorrow.”
Danny Givens is a heartfelt activist and orator who received a life changing gift of forgiveness from an off-duty police officer he shot during a botched robbery in 1996. Propelled by forgiveness, Danny began his journey toward reconciliation and resiliency prior to his release from incarceration in 2008. He later went on to receive his B.A. in Christian Ministry from Bethel University in 2011, accompanied by a three-year residency as an Interfaith Minister at Unity Church-Unitarian in St. Paul, MN in 2016.
Danny is now the Senior Pastor of Above Every Name Ministries, a young cutting edge congregation in the Twin Cities that prides itself in being a “Church for the People,” an advocate for Racial Justice in black, brown, and indigenous communities.
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“Divinity Lies in the Actions of Our Shadow”
Rev. Karon Sandberg
Carl Jung says our shadow self is the part of ourselves we are afraid to reveal to others. We all hold things, big and small, hidden from others. What would happen if we brought these things out of the darkness and into the light? Could healing and even divinity dwell within those shadows? Join us as we explore our Shadow Self.
Rev. Karon Sandberg is are recently retired hospice chaplain. She is working on a book about the lessons her patients taught her about living. She serves Fox Valley UU Fellowship as a community minister and speaks at other UU congregations once a month. She is still unsure what retirement looks like during Covid times but hopes it will include more travel and play as the world opens up.
Rev. Leah Ongiri
Shared Service with Fox Valley UU Fellowship
At the vernal or spring equinox, the sun is exactly above the equator. For a handful of hours, day and night are of equal length. Instead of winter slamming into summer, spring balances out the transition between the other two more extreme seasons. What are the gifts and opportunities of balance? Join us for this all-ages service to help us figure it out!
A Constellation of Images:
Like stars, images can lead us and guide us to
better discern where we are and where we can go.
“This collection of artwork will address moments and movements within the Black community by which we might all chart a new way to move toward justice together in faith, hope and love.”
Jim teaches art at St. Norbert College, and always brings us an interesting and inspiring service.