Join us Sunday, September 25 for “Unsettled and Unafraid,” a national service to honour Indigenous Peoples and ways of being.
Elder-in-Residence Sharon Jinkerson Brass, Rev. Danielle Webber and Unitarian Universalists from across the country will explore what it means to uncolonize ourselves and our spirituality. We also will uplift the poetic, musical, and artistic expressions of contemporary Indigenous artists, including poet Michelle Poirier Brown and musician Tanya Tagaq.
This will be unlike any Sunday service you have attended before. Prepare to be unsettled. Uncomfortable. Challenged. Instead of a coffee hour, a free 2.5-hour Indigenized art therapy workshop—(un)settling our spirituality—will follow the service. The workshop will be co-facilitated by Carey Jeanette Sinclair and Rev. Karen Fraser Gitlitz.