Sunday, February 18, 10am
What price, Freedom?
Guest Minister Rev. Dawn Fortune
Rev. Dawn Fortune is a Unitarian Universalist minister who serves as ¾ time minister to the UU Congregation of the South Jersey Shore, in Galloway, NJ. Rev. Fortune is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School in Newton, Massachusetts, and studied sexuality and religion at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California.
A longtime activist with sexuality and gender minorities and progressive political causes, Rev. Fortune is keenly interested in issues of social, sexual and economic justice. Ze has been a community organizer, fundraiser, Teamster, bus driver, bridge worker and home repair contractor. Hir interests in church work include anti-racism education, class issues, anti-bullying efforts and diversity work, as well as community outreach and building interfaith coalitions.
Born and raised Irish Catholic, Rev. Fortune became a UU in the early 1990s, has been active in a number of churches in Maine, and Massachusetts, and served as a hospital chaplain in Providence, Rhode Island. When not studying, teaching, or preaching, Dawn spends hir time renovating hir new home in South Jersey and making art with metal.
Childcare will be available during the service in Fellowship Hall
This Sunday, there no CYM due to the school vacation.
Love Is the Doctrine of Our Church, And . . .
Where people interact, make decisions together and share tasks, conflicts will arise. The Right Relations Team (RRT) at FPB UU was formed in part to support our members in dealing with interpersonal conflicts in a respectful and emotionally safe way. If you feel puzzled, or stuck in a difficult relational situation at FPB, we hope you will contact a member of the RRT to see if we can help. What you share will be held in the utmost confidence.
The Right Relations Team –
Melissa Alves, Sue Fleming, Pat Gubbins, Scott McLane, Wilderness Sarchild, April Naturale, Vicki Goldsmith and James Carbone
RRT Contact: Susan Fleming, email@example.com, 774-722-0812