BLM is Bringing Reggie Back! Two years ago the Black Lives Matter Task Force sponsored a concert by Reggie Harris, songwriter and storyteller, and his friend Greg Greenway. They sang with us on Saturday night and led the Service Sunday morning. Reggie will be leading our Sunday Service on March 7th over zoom (from his home in upstate New York!) He has promised lots of singing, lots of stories, and a chance at the end for comments and questions. Please mark your calendars and plan to join us. Cindy Spring - for the Black Lives Matter Task Force

The NH Bail 

and Bond Fund

  • Provides bonds for eligible immigrants detained in NH

  • Provides bail for people being held at Valley Street Jail in Manchester, NH

  • Collaborates with faith and civic communities to provide transportation, accompaniment, sponsorship and other related support for asylum seekers

 

To learn more about the Fund, please zoom into the Black Lives Matter workshop on Sunday, March 14th at 2:00 PM. Members of the organization will share stories of the fund and ways we can help.

 

Here is the link:     https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88519314675?pwd=azhtY2xVS05LSFMvUXkycGc4cEtTdz09

Attend the 2021 Unitarian Universalist Virtual General Assembly

The themes are “Justice, Healing and Courage” and the dates are June 23-27. Last year eleven of us “attended” the first virtual GA. Two sang in the GA Choir and one volunteered as a chatroom monitor. A very different experience than attending in person, but a lot less expensive so accessible to more people and easier on the earth ~ Registration is $200 per person (and our Endowment Committee is happy to support this!) General Assembly registrants receive access to the 2021 Online Participation Portal, including live, simulative and on-demand video content, the virtual exhibit hall, chat features, support, and a (new!) GA mobile app. Interested? Want more information? Contact Betty Trought or Cindy Spring

603-536-8908

101 Fairgrounds Road, PO Box 337

 Plymouth, NH 03264

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