February 20 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister
Our focus on Black History this month gives all of us the opportunity to look more deeply at the lives and legacy of freedom fighters in the struggle against oppression. Rosa Parks, for example, was a freedom-fighter. Her life is all too often summed up by one defining moment on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama. But that act of defiance is just one moment in a life dedicated to the ongoing struggle of working for justice, equality and freedom for African Americans. Her life and legacy are a call to roll up our sleeves for the long haul, to engage in work that affirms the worth and dignity of all people.