Pursuing Liberation – UUSC and Global Solidarity
In the face of challenges and forces that undermine justice and equity, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee has, for more than eight decades, been resisting cynicism and refusing complacency. Through a model that embraces radical trust, UUSC advances human rights in partnership with communities impacted by oppression. Join the Rev. Laura Randall as we explore stories of faithful imagination and determined hope in the pursuit of liberation for all people.
As the Director for Congregation Relations at UUSC, the Reverend Laura Randall (she/her/hers) facilitates partnerships to strengthen the impact of the UU Service Committee and the social justice reach of UU communities. Prior to joining UUSC, Laura’s ministry included serving as the Legacy Campaign Director for the Unitarian Universalist Association and hospice chaplaincy. She lives in Medford, Massachusetts, with her spouse and their two dogs.
NOTE: This service will meet in person and also be broadcast on Zoom. Facemasks are currently optional in the First Parish Stoughton building. For the health of all in our community, please attend online if you are ill.
Join Zoom Meeting (online – computer, tablet, smartphone): https://zoom.us/j/92038383446
Dial In Phone Number: (646) 931-3860 (audio only, no video)
Meeting ID: 920-3838-3446
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Topics: Social Action