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“It is Time Now,” by The Rev. Lindi Ramsden Sermon of the Living Tradition, from the UUA General Assembly


2019-12-15 12:00 2019-12-15 13:00 America/Los_Angeles “It is Time Now,” by The Rev. Lindi Ramsden Sermon of the Living Tradition, from the UUA General Assembly

The WSUU Common Quest Committee invites all youth and adult members to come to Part I of an important three-part series on where our faith is headed at the national and local levels with respect to climate and racial justice. In Part I, we will screen the Rev. Lindi Ramsden’s compelling call to action on climate justice featured in the Service of the Living Tradition at the 2019 Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) General Assembly (GA) in Spokane, Washington, this past June. About Rev. Lindi Ramsden: The Rev. Lindi Ramsden’s ministry has been informed by three decades of service in both the parish and community. From 1985-2002 she served the First Unitarian Church of San Jose, California. During the following decade, she served as Executive Director of the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry California. Currently, she serves Starr King School for the Ministry as the Director of Partnerships and Emerging Programs and as Visiting Assistant Professor of Faith and Public Life. If you are unable to attend, we highly recommend watching the sermon online at https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2019/worship/slt (starts at 1:22:43). The text version may be found at the same website (scroll down to Sermon Transcription). Sponsor:                                             WSUU Common Quest Committee Leader/Facilitator:                             Cecelia Hayes Contact Info:                                      hayescnn@gmail.com Day and Date(s):                                 Sunday, December 15 Time:                                                   12 – 1 p.m. Location:                                            Sanctuary Class Limit:                                         None Registration Required:                      No

Sanctuary, Westside UU Congregation, 7141 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136, USA

The WSUU Common Quest Committee invites all youth and adult members to come to Part I of an important three-part series on where our faith is headed at the national and local levels with respect to climate and racial justice.

In Part I, we will screen the Rev. Lindi Ramsden’s compelling call to action on climate justice featured in the Service of the Living Tradition at the 2019 Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) General Assembly (GA) in Spokane, Washington, this past June.

About Rev. Lindi Ramsden: The Rev. Lindi Ramsden’s ministry has been informed by three decades of service in both the parish and community. From 1985-2002 she served the First Unitarian Church of San Jose, California. During the following decade, she served as Executive Director of the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry California. Currently, she serves Starr King School for the Ministry as the Director of Partnerships and Emerging Programs and as Visiting Assistant Professor of Faith and Public Life.

If you are unable to attend, we highly recommend watching the sermon online at https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2019/worship/slt (starts at 1:22:43). The text version may be found at the same website (scroll down to Sermon Transcription).

Sponsor:                                             WSUU Common Quest Committee

Leader/Facilitator:                             Cecelia Hayes

Contact Info:                                      hayescnn@gmail.com

Day and Date(s):                                 Sunday, December 15

Time:                                                   12 – 1 p.m.

Location:                                            Sanctuary

Class Limit:                                         None

Registration Required:                      No