Pictured is the team who are organizing the Soulful Sundown events:
(l to r) Front: Athena Huckaby, Rev. Susan Karlson, Wilder Selzer
In the Back: Annette Mae Pierce and Kristin Nawrocki.
Photo by Ruth Benson
Monthly Soulful Sundown gatherings
Soulful Sundowns are not exactly church services.
They are forums for participating with a group of incredibly passionate, socially conscious and engaged young adults on Staten Island who invite you to explore and experience relelvent issues within the social justice-oriented framework of liberal Unitarian Universalist principles. We are thrilled to feature guest artists from our UU community as well; everyone from visual artists, performance artists, bands, poets, photographers, dancers, filmmakers and dj's.
This unique and creative event catering to young adults began on September 23rd, 2012, and is scheduled to take place one Sunday per month at 5:00 p.m. in the Church Sanctuary.
A diverse range of topics will be presented and experienced from an artistic perspective, with a voice and aesthetic that resonates with younger generations. Topics will include such subjects as permaculture, mental health, transgender equality, feminism, race, food politics, education, classism and immigration.