BFUU Sunday Services 10:30 AM
1924 Cedar Street
(at the corner of Cedar St. and Bonita Ave. - ramp on Bonita Ave.)
Susan T. Mashiyama, Lay Worship Leader
This past August, some members of the BFUU Choir drove to Oregon to view the total eclipse of the sun. Several of them mentioned how this was a transformative, powerfully spiritual experience. In this service, we’ll hear about this trip and discuss how natural phenomena like solar eclipses stir our sense of the divine.
October 29: An Economy of Ghouls
Isabel Call, Guest Worship Leader
This season between Rosh Hashanah and Thanksgrieving is ideal for harvesting lessons about our lives and making amends. Or, we can let our mistakes haunt us and ripple out into death-dealing structures of oppression. Isabel discusses justice issues she has encountered in Africa and how the UUA’s recent Statement of Conscience about economic inequality facilitates our responsibility to the planet.
Dr. Isabel Call is an economist and student at Starr King. Having researched climate change and small-scale farming in Kenya, her passion is to link global economic injustice to our daily embodied lives. She recently returned from study in Zambia.