Speaker: Dan McKanan
Dan McKanan has been a member of our congregation since 2009. He is also the Emerson Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, where he teaches courses on Unitarian Universalist history and theology. Today’s sermon builds on his current course on “Theologies of Universal Salvation,” which honors the 250th anniversary of Universalism in North America.
Join us for our Sunday Service on May’s theme of Nurturing Beauty led by Andey Amata and Dan McKanan.
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Join us this Sunday for our service led by Dan McKanan as we explore January’s theme of Imagination.
Our service will be hosted on Zoom at 11 am. All are welcome to attend. You can join the meeting in one of the following ways:
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Order Of Service
Zoom Videoconference for candles & coffee hour – this will start immediately after the service ends.
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Come to church this Sunday for a deep dive into our congregation’s history and a celebration of our abolitionist heritage. Dan McKanan will share the stories of Lydia Maria Child and George Luther Stearns, two fighters for racial justice who grew up in our church … read more.