May 30, 2021 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am
Rev. Jim McConnell

This Sunday, May 30th, our worship service is focused on the correlation between social justice and peace. In his sermon titled, “Working for Peace Means Working for Social Justice,” Rev. Jim McConnell will examine the interconnectedness of Peace and Justice. Additionally, Gloria Weberg will speak to us about the legacy of activist Ada S. McKinley, Dennis Higdon will address the topic of evolving towards racial equity, Les Rorick and Kristina McCloskey will bring us a song, Jim and Lisa Fuller will oversee our Fabric of Life ceremony, Katharine Lion has chosen another great Story For All Ages, and our BUUF Musicians will have more great music for us. Join on Zoom.

Those on our Order of Service distribution list will receive an Order of Service email on Saturday with the Zoom login details. If you are not on this list and would like to attend, please email office@berrienuu.org for Zoom information.

Featured Image: Ada S. McKinley, Social Activist, 1868-1952 (Founder of Ada S. McKinley Community Services)