On this Sunday we will receive the wisdom of a range of personal, lived experiences from our community and its members. Come and take part in ways we let go and ways we hold tight and what these experiences can tell us about ourselves and this community we share.
Passover Seders have helped us to identify oppression for thousands of years. While we tell the story of the Exodus, we should remember there is still work to do to guarantee justice and equality for all people. Join us for potluck afterwards.
The Jewish high holy day of Yom Kippur comes a bit late this year to First Unitarian of Honolulu. But it’s not too late to start 2018 with thoughts of the important ideals of forgiveness, charity, remembrance, and prayer.
Over 500 churches in the Unitarian Universalist denomination join in producing this Teach-In to raise awareness and address urgent continuing racial inequality.
Start the New Year correctly with a rousing sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. William Barber II (via YouTube) as we begin 2017 with compassion, justice and joy in our hearts.