What’s Right About Human Rights?
Rev. Jan Taddeo
Almost seventy years ago, in December 1948, the United Nations proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. How does this global declaration inform our faith in action as Unitarian Universalists? Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader. Evan Varner, Worship Associate. Please stay for Potluck Luncheon following the service.
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- T'ai Chi 01/18/2018
- New Moon Women’s Circle 01/19/2018
- Men's Breakfast 01/20/2018
- Racial Justice Workshop 01/20/2018
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