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HIGHLIGHTS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE PROGRAMMING FOR SEPTEMBER 2018

September 1-30
How in the World can we reverse global warming? 30 Days / 30 Ways to Actually Reverse Global Warming: For the month of September, join with thousands of committed individuals around the world to take one action per day, building toward a healthy and thriving future for our planet.

Many of you have taken the Pachamama Symposium that we have offered in the past, and this year we will be offering a new Pachamama program “Drawdown,” based on the work of Paul Hawken. To get started, go online to Pachamama.org/30 ways and sign up to receive each day one way that you can contribute to reversing global warming.

Tuesday, September 11, 5:30-8:30 pm
Phone Voters in support of Amendment 4 to restore the vote to 1.4 million Floridians! Work from home and all you need is a laptop computer or tablet, your cell phone, and your passion for the cause. We will join with UU churches throughout Florida in making calls this evening. A dialer masks your phone number and skips the voice mails, so you only get connected when a voter picks up. To get started, go online to https://SecondChancesFL.org/partner/uujf/call

Sunday, September 16
We will Share the Plate with Bread of the Mighty Food Bank during the Sunday service. In our community, one in five people are hungry and one in four of these are children. Throughout the year, Bread of the Mighty Food Bank feeds those who are food insecure. Some of their programs are School Pantries, Feeding Snacks for Kids, and Free Food for Seniors. On this day all non-designated offerings will be given to Bread of the Mighty.

Mark your calendar for October 7 when we will offer a Social Justice Activities Fair after the Service, where you may learn more about the congregation’s activities in Social Justice!

September 1-30 — How in the World can we reverse global warming? 30 Days / 30 Ways to Actually Reverse Global Warming: For the month of September, join with thousands of committed individuals around the world to take one action per day, building toward a healthy and thriving future for our planet.

 

Many of you have taken the Pachamama Symposium that we have offered in the past, and this year we will be offering a new Pachamama program “Drawdown,” based on the work of Paul Hawken. To get started, go online to Pachamama.org/30 ways and sign up to receive each day one way that you can contribute to reversing global warming.

 

Tuesday, September 11, 5:30-8:30 pm — Phone Voters in support of Amendment 4 to restore the vote to 1.4 million Floridians! Work from home and all you need is a laptop computer or tablet, your cell phone, and your passion for the cause. We will join with UU churches throughout Florida in making calls this evening. A dialer masks your phone number and skips the voice mails, so you only get connected when a voter picks up. To get started, go online to https://SecondChancesFL.org/partner/uujf/call

 

Sunday, September 16 — We will Share the Plate with Bread of the Mighty Food Bank during the Sunday service. In our community, one in five people are hungry and one in four of these are children. Throughout the year, Bread of the Mighty Food Bank feeds those who are food insecure. Some of their programs are School Pantries, Feeding Snacks for Kids, and Free Food for Seniors. On this day all non-designated offerings will be given to Bread of the Mighty.

 

Mark your calendar for October 7 when we will offer a Social Justice Activities Fair after the Service, where you may learn more about the congregation’s activities in Social Justice!

 

 

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