“Being A Good Relative” – A Special Service Honoring Indigenous People’s Day

Hosted by Rev. Robin Zucker, with Cora Maxx-Phillips, Annette McGivney, and Hilary Giovale.

Cora is a Navajo Nation Human Rights Commissioner and a member of the Indigenous Circle of Flagstaff.  Annette is the author of “Pure Land” and  the founder of the Healing Lands Project. https://healinglandsproject.com  Hilary is a ninth generation settler who is committed to reparations: http://www.goodrelative.com  All three speakers are deeply invested in truth and reconciliation, engendering respect and support for indigenous communities, and fighting for Native sovereignty.    

Come to the Post-Service Gatherings at 11 am to connect, share joys and sorrows, and reflect on the service. These will be held in person, in the backyard of the church so that we may remove our masks. 

In CartUUns, K-5th graders will be watching Riley’s First Date and talking about making friends, meeting new people, and getting to know those already close to us. Students may join on Zoom or In-Person at Beacon!

In the middle school D’oh God Discussion Group this Sunday, in honor of Halloween month, we will be discussing the theme of WICCA and Pagan religions connection to Halloween.  The Simpsons episode we will watch is entitled Rednecks and Broomsticks ( Season 21, Episode 7). We welcome all middle and high schoolers who are interested to join us via Zoom! It should be an interesting and fun discussion.

More information on RE in the newsletter.