Phoenix has Pride…and also Prejudice

Online: 10:30am MST

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Sarah Montgomery

On this weekend of Pride, we’re going to discuss some of the historical challenges that Phoenix has had with official Pride activities, how we can support the community….and how we should be proud no matter what!

Please Join Us!

You can easily join us on Zoom from a smart phone, computer, or tablet:

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Or visit YouTube for a live stream of the service and recordings of past services:

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For audio only, phone 346-248-7799 and enter the webinar ID: 871 9007 6976

After-Service Happenings

The following link(s) will take you to Zoom meeting(s) scheduled to start immediately after the service (about 1 hour after the service starts).

  • Get To Know UUCP – NEW VISITORS – Join us via Zoom Coffee Hour Breakout Room after the service to get to know each other
    ID: 995 3802 5240 | Passcode: 402721
  • Coffee Hour – Join us on Zoom for conversation and community after the service
    ID: 995 3802 5240 | Passcode: 402721
  • 3-4-5 zUUm – Coffee Hour breakout room with Children’s Ministry for kids 3-5
    ID: 995 3802 5240 | Passcode: 402721
    UUCP’s space for ages 3-5 to play and connect… zUUm is the place for storytime, sharing, and silliness
  • Parents and Caregivers as Sexuality Educators – Coffee Hour breakout room with Children’s Ministry. An OWL leadership-approved small group series for caregivers of children & youth of all ages, facilitated by Rose Couet-Pascoe and Geeta Palumbo. This series invites adults to explore our roles as the primary sexuality educators and role models for the young people we parent.
    ID: 995 3802 5240 | Passcode: 402721
  • Love Will Guide Us – Coffee Hour breakout room with Children’s Ministry. For ages 6-12; these 3 sessions focus on the 1st Unitarian Universalist Source, “Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life,” and the 6th Unitarian Universalist Source — in children’s language, “the harmony of nature and the sacred circle of life.” Closely considering the wonder and mystery of nature and our own questions about death, this class is a perfect continuation from our community’s annual Dia de Los Muertos service.
    ID: 995 3802 5240 | Passcode: 402721

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