Sunday Services Archive

February 3rd: Love Will Guide Us

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja

Love calls us to our higher selves. It draws out our compassion and guides us toward justice. Today we open this month’s theme, exploring how love has been a redeeming force in our denomination and in our world.

February10th: Rededicating Our Spiritual Home

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja             
Fifty years ago our buildings were dedicated as the new site of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami.  Today we renew that dedication and our commitment to being a liberal religious community and a beacon of hope in Miami. Come. Celebrate with this wonderful milestone with us.

Following the service there will be a forum with Earl Starnes, architect of our spiritual home.

February 17th: Jim Crow, Resurrected?

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja    
Many have believed that the days of Jim Crow were laid to rest by the progress made by the Civil Rights Movement. Is Jim Crow rising again? What can we do about it?

February 24th: Civil Rights in Miami

– Lovette McGill
The peace, justice and equity values of our congregation will be fed this coming
Sunday as we gather to celebrate Black History Month with Lovette McGill,
President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute, Miami-Dade Chapter, a major
constituency group of the AFL-CIO. We will deepen our commitment to social
justice by sharing the words of Frederick Douglass, Dorothy Day, June Jordan and
Desmond Tutu in this service designed to touch the heart.
"I shall take my voice wherever there are those who want to hear the melody of
freedom or the words that might inspire hope and courage in the face of despair and
fear. My weapons are peaceful, for it is only by peace that peace can be attained. The
song of freedom must prevail." Paul Robeson