Inherent in our identity as a UU church is a deep commitment to social justice. At All Souls, our First Sunday services that highlight “sharing the plate” with organizations that serve the vulnerable in our community are a small part of what we strive to … read more.
Speaker: Karen Tyler
We can proudly reflect on a powerful legacy of activism for justice and independence throughout the history of Unitarian Universalism. What have we learned and what inspires us individually and as a community to stay “fired up”, to take meaningful action steps and face a … read more.
The history of reproductive oppression and repression in this country is inseparable from our legacy of colonialism and racism. At this moment when reproductive justice is again under attack, join us in welcoming Planned Parenthood/The Brattleboro Health Center, with whom we will be sharing our … read more.
In these uncertain times, we offer an exploration on the theme of atonement and ways we can heal ourselves and the broader world
Since its inception in 1909, the NAACP has striven to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons. Why is it important that this revered organization, which we know as a powerful voice in America’s civil rights movement, have a presence … read more.
Join us in this lay-lead service as we consider some of the different facets of Wholeness. We will explore the essential needs of being one with Nature, being one with ourselves, being one after being broken, being one in community.
Our guest speaker will be Jim Levinson, a longtime friend of ASC. Jim has served as Spiritual Leader of Jewish congregations in New England for the past 25 years. He led the Brattleboro Area Jewish Community (BAJC) until 2009 and was a founder of the … read more.
Drawing upon ancient beliefs, this lay-led service will pay homage to the balance of darkness and light as we anticipate the coming of Spring.
This service, led by the Social and Environmental Action Committee, considers the spiritual and social aspects of growing food. Our guest is Marilyn Chiarello of Edible Brattleboro, the organization with which we are sharing our Sunday offerings for the month of September.
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