At Risk - International Women's Day
Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison.
“I’m here.” “This is me.” “I won’t keep quiet.” “Me, too.” In a year when women’s voices have been rising more clearly than ever, our International Women’s Day service on Sunday, March 4th affirms the rising chorus, and looks at the risks inherent in being silent.
“Risk” is our congregational theme for reflection in the month of March. On Sunday, I’ll reflect on what’s at risk when women’s voices are not heard—and when the “sacred feminine” is not fully integrated into life. Come to be inspired by song and story.
Then, stay afterward to take part in the festive, intergenerational Purim Party organized by the Jewish Awareness Group, admire the beautiful paintings as our Members’ Art Show opens this weekend, or be stimulated by the “Issues and Ideas” lecture and discussion.
As always, we hope you can join us, for what promises to be another Sunday of insight and inspiration at First Unitarian.
Blessings, Rev. Lynn
View the Order of Service.