LAKELAND UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP
Sunday, Feb. 19th
BLACK HISTORY MONTH AND IDENTITY
Black History Month has its roots in the 1920's. From the beginning the hope was that the day would come when Black History Month would no longer exist because black history would be fully integrated into American History. How are we doing in our pursuit? As we look into our own internal understanding of American identity, what place does black history hold? Does our need for a Black History Month reflect a need to include and highlight contributions of other specific groups in order to promote understanding of our interdependent society, or would this only help to fragment our internal identity of what an "American" is?
Please come join us and share your thoughts.
LUUF's organic garden has wrapped up another season of supporting the Wayne Interfaith Network Food Pantry with donations of fresh produce. The offerings consisted of lettuce, kale, tomatoes and much more. One Monday's harvest, pictured below, shows LUUF's organic gardeners tending the beds, picking what's ready, and the weekly delivery to Herb Schuman, vice president and coordinator of the pantry, where it was distributed to appreciative clients later that day.
The Garden Committee can always use your help! If interested, please see Rose H., Pat K. or Steve K.
Our community welcomes you, and your family.
Join us every Sunday for provocative programs featuring music, meditation, fellowship and spiritual connection.
231 Parish DrivE
Wayne, NJ 07470
Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm and promote seven Principles, which we hold as strong values and moral guides. We live out these Principles within a “living tradition” of wisdom and spirituality, drawn from sources as diverse as science, poetry, scripture, and personal experience.
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal tradition in which congregants are encouraged to find the commonality and truth in many religious teachings while fostering strong roots in community and service.