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Sunday Service: “Life Calls Us On”


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2020-05-17 10:30 2020-05-17 12:00 America/New_York Sunday Service: “Life Calls Us On”

Presented by Annette Marquis   Since the turn of the century, prognosticators have metaphorically looked toward 2020 as the year in which we would be able to see into the future with 20/20 vision. The first few months of 2020 have been like nothing we have ever experienced. All predictions are off. We are moving through uncharted waters with no personal protective equipment to shelter us from what’s ahead. Let’s explore how we can move forward into the future without clear direction, without confidence of conviction, and without a guide to lead us on, Annette Marquis is the Operations Director for the Living Legacy Project, Inc., an organization that educates people about the enduring lessons of the American Civil Rights Movement. Previously, she served the Unitarian Universalist Association as LGBTQ and Multicultural Programs Director and as District Executive for the Southeast District. Annette is the author of Resistance: A Memoir of Civil Disobedience in Maricopa County. Her writing has appeared in various journals and anthologies including Coming Out in Faith: Voices of LGBTQ Unitarian Universalism and The Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race, and Class Matter in an American Disaster. Annette lives with her wife, Wendy, in Richmond, where she is a member of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond. With Anita Lee, Annette is co-founder of the Richmond Pledge to End Racism.  

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Presented by Annette Marquis

 

Since the turn of the century, prognosticators have metaphorically looked toward 2020 as the year in which we would be able to see into the future with 20/20 vision. The first few months of 2020 have been like nothing we have ever experienced. All predictions are off. We are moving through uncharted waters with no personal protective equipment to shelter us from what’s ahead. Let’s explore how we can move forward into the future without clear direction, without confidence of conviction, and without a guide to lead us on,

Annette Marquis is the Operations Director for the Living Legacy Project, Inc., an organization that educates people about the enduring lessons of the American Civil Rights Movement. Previously, she served the Unitarian Universalist Association as LGBTQ and Multicultural Programs Director and as District Executive for the Southeast District. Annette is the author of Resistance: A Memoir of Civil Disobedience in Maricopa County. Her writing has appeared in various journals and anthologies including Coming Out in Faith: Voices of LGBTQ Unitarian Universalism and The Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race, and Class Matter in an American Disaster. Annette lives with her wife, Wendy, in Richmond, where she is a member of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond. With Anita Lee, Annette is co-founder of the Richmond Pledge to End Racism.

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10:30 am - 11:00 am Zoom Check-in & Greet
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Sunday Service