Unitarian Universalist, Newburyport
Tuesday, March 28Membership series 7pm
Wednesday, March 29Constitutional Conversation 7pm
Friday, March 31Unbirthday Party 7pm
Sunday, April 2Worhip Service 10:30am: "Taking a Bow"Waffle Sunday 11:30amBylaws Forum 11:45amMessaging Workshop 2:30pm
Monday, April 3Buddhist Meditation, 6:30pm
See the newsletter for details.
This three day conference for UUs held in Washington DC by the The Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community (UUJEC) and the Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice (UUSJ) will overview healthcare injustice and the most recent fights against inequality. The conference will include workshops, speakers and visits to lawmakers' offices.
To learn more, view the agenda, and register for the event visit: http://uujec.com/ReversingInequality
Now more than ever immigrant voices must be heard at the state level. This year our advocacy will focus on the Safe Communities Act, a bill to protect the civil liberties and safety of ALL Massachusetts residents.
This is the Boston, MA rally being held in parallel to the Scientists March on Washington DC. This page is simply an event page so you can get time, date, and location updates. Please JOIN OUR GROUP for discussion, calls to action, volunteering opportunities, and other ways to be involved. :) facebook.com/groups/1283459638410385/ We are working on permits to determine a venue. Stay tuned for more updates on logistics.We have also updated our mission statement in solidarity with the D.C. organizers (now updated in the group's description, and included below).We would like to again emphasize that the focus of this event is a non-partisan support for science. While we understand that politics may be a motivator for involvement by some participants, the core goal of this event will continue to be the show of support for science.Mission Statement:The March for Science champions publicly-funded and publicly-communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. We unite as a diverse, non-partisan group to call for science that upholds the common good, and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest. This group is inclusive of all individuals and types of science!
Buses will be leaving from Boston area on Friday night and returning Sunday morning. Sign up if you’re going at Coffee Hour. The Climate and Environmental Action team is working to arrange a bus coming from the Newburyport (or nearby) area. Details on a Boston area march are forthcoming.
Services and Young ChurchSundays at 10:30amLabor Day through Father's Day
Office hours9-1, Mon-Fri