Sunday Service

Join us Sunday, Jan. 16th, for “MLK Sunday,” with guest speaker Chaplain William Williamson, as we explore how Unitarian Universalists can intentionally alter the foundations of injustice. 

The theme for January is “Living with Intention,” and the sermon is titled “Intentional Alterations for the Beloved Community.” In 1966, Martin Luther King Jr wrote that the Civil Rights Movement “merely initiated preliminary alterations in an edifice of injustice and misery.” 

William Williamson is a candidate for UU ministry who currently works as a Chaplain with Suncrest Hospice. He grew up in the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville and has been preaching since his teens. William converted to Islam during college and joined the small but growing numbers of UU Muslims. After a stint as a Wilderness Therapy Field Guide in the Utah High Desert, he migrated to Harvard Divinity School to get his Masters of Divinity in 2018. After graduation, William served as the full-time Intern Minister at First Parish Cambridge Unitarian Universalist and then a Chaplain Resident at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is an excited newcomer to Tidewater. 

This service will be offered once, on Zoom at 11 a.m.

To access the service on Zoom, click here. Or enter the following information:Meeting ID – 760 822 163
Password – 2021809
Or dial in by phone: +1 301 715 8592.

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