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the Unitarian Church of Staten Island The Rev. Darrell Berger, Minister
312 Fillmore Street
Staten Island, NY 10301
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Sunday, February 7, 10:45 a.m.

A Personal History of an Anti-Racist UU

In the pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
Music: Dr. Carolyn Clark and Choir

In recognition of February as Black History Month, and in acknowledgement of our church's significant history working on behalf of abolition, Rev. Berger will testify to his experiences as a UU minister working toward racial and economic justice in the 1960's. As our congregation moves forward into the 21st century, Rev. Berger's story will remind us of the UU Church's history of anti-racist efforts since slavery's abolishment and the institution of Jim Crow.

 

Sunday, February 14, 10:45 a.m.

"Marketing Love: Valentine's Day"

In the pulpit: Robin Locke Monda

Music: Dr. Carolyn Clark and Choir


Lupercalia is an ancient pastoral festival that was observed February 13th to 15th, to avert evil spirits and release health and fertility. In the Christian world, St. Valentine's Day began as a liturgical celebration. Thanks to Chaucer, Valentine's Day became a celebration of courtly love. The Victorians, followed by Hallmark, have further fine-tuned the day for maximum sales and conformity. Let's break out of the box!

 

Sunday, February 21, 10:45 a.m.

"Your Mission, Should You Decide to Accept it"

In the pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
Music: Dr. Carolyn Clark and Choir

We recently concluded a sermon series on the UU Principles. The mission of a church is how those principles are put into action. This Sunday, before our mid-year congregational meeting, we will take a look at how our mission statement does, or does not, do its job.

 

Sunday, February 28, 10:45 a.m.

"Black Lives Matter and the Practice of Listening"

In the pulpit: Rachael Hayes
Music: Dr. Carolyn Clark and Choir

Ms. Hayes is a second year UU divinity student at Union Theological Seminary and a member of the Fourth Universalist Society in Manhattan.

 

 

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