Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday

Displaying 11 - 20 of 71

This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday.

  • In Real Time
    From WorshipWeb
    #‎BlackLivesMatter Let the only burning be the fire of commitment in our hearts, minds, hands, spirits in our community of faith. Live solidarity. Use...
  • Singing for Freedom
    From WorshipWeb
    Today, the congregation will be singing hymns from our hymnals which are particularly precious to us as Unitarian Universalists....
  • Let My People Go!
    From WorshipWeb
    Once upon a time there was a little girl named Rosa, who loved to read her Bible....
  • "Tracing Their Steps" – Reflections from Selma Pt. 4
    From Future of Faith
    Marching Forward Events of 50 Years Ago Today This is the final installment in a series of reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Selma Marches....
  • Looking Back to Move Forward
    From Social Justice
    Undoing the "Third Reconstruction" This is part three in our four part series, here are links to Part One and Part Two. - ed. Rev. Dr. William Barber...
  • Prayer of the War Atheist
    From WorshipWeb
    My prayer today is that I learn to stay a war atheist— my prayer today for each of us, for everyone in this nation, in this world, is that we all learn...
  • What Happens When We Stop Living?
    From WorshipWeb
    The question is not, “What happens when we die?” Nobody really knows. The real question is, “What happens when we stop living?” The stoicism we...
  • Dream A Have You Do?
    From WorshipWeb
    In his avant-garde theatrical “The Last Supper At Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” New York choreographer/dancer Bill T. Jones includes a backwards broadcast of...
  • Wake Up to Injustice
    From WorshipWeb
    This story was created collaboratively by several religious educators. As you prepare to share it, read the 1966 Ware Lecture "Don't Sleep Through the...
  • Litany of the Generations
    From WorshipWeb
    This is adapted from a litany by Gail Forsyth-Vail, who suggests the following to maximize the reading's power: Identify seventeen people who will come...