Susan B. Anthony, a Unitarian pioneer

Please join us this Sunday, February 21, for a special service. Church members Peter VanDeBogert and Beth Blanchard will present “The Trials of Susan B. Anthony,” a reprise of a performance they gave during our summer services.

Today certain political groups constantly attempt to devalue opposing viewpoints. This presentation demonstrates that such struggles are not new. Years ago, one Unitarian woman worked tirelessly to win voting rights for women. Anthony made her case with Frederick Douglass, a black abolitionist, and Judge Ward Hunt, who later became a Supreme Court justice. Fourth-graders and up are encouraged to attend the adult service.

The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Child care and religious-education classes are available, and visitors are always welcome.