Come, Come Whoever You Are

Rev. Duncan Teague

The significance of how we welcome. Rev. Duncan Teague, Service Leader.. Lorena Gay-Griffin, Worship Associate.   There will be a Town Hall meeting following the service.

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  • April 28–Come, Come Whoever You Are: And Bring Your Knapsack
    As a white person living in this culture, who wants to confront the white supremacy system that continues to run the institutions that we all participate in, I am coming to realize that this means owning how I benefit from … Continue reading →
  • April 27–Come, Come Whoever You Are: Especially if you look like me
    For the next two Sundays at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett, we will be working with some painful issues of race and racism that have arisen in our Unitarian Universalist Association around the practice of hiring and advancement in … Continue reading →
  • April 25–Come, Come Whoever You Are: No Despair
    We are no caravan of despair. Come, yet again, come. On some level, we want the whole experience, and we need to know that the whole experience of our humanity is accepted, is not judged, is welcome. Most of us … Continue reading →