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Justice is What Love Looks Like in Public

We are so happy to announce that one of our first collaborative projects has been to help co-create this event with the First Universalist Church of Pittsfield, Maine.  Merging our UU Standing on the Side of Love – Thirty Days of Love with the One Billion Rising Campaign, we present this heart-opening service:

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At the 2015 Unitarian Universalist General Assembly, Dr. Cornell West reminded us to

“Never forget that Justice is what Love looks like in public.”

Valentine’s Day may often seem like it’s all about expensive flowers and candies, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

This year join us as we reimagine the love holiday as a day of social justice and celebration that inspires us to make the world a better place.

Join us for Standing on the Side of Love: The Month of Love

We will have two guests with us On February 14th

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Melody Fitch, Executive Director,

Family Violence Project

will help us understand how this project

serves Maine, and why it takes the whole

community to end the cycles

of domestic violence.

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Rustie MacDonald

Author, Talk Show Host, Life Coach

Sharing her haunting personal story, Rustie MacDonald speaks about realities of severe poverty and domestic violence. Her talk entitled, “The Cycle Repeats Itself” teaches the lessons of how to live and thrive through the storm.

Both speakers will be available during the coffee hour immediately following services.

Join Us!

9:45AM, Sunday, February 14th, 2016.

First Universalist Church of Pittsfield

112 Easy Street, Pittsfield, Maine

For more information, contact our Worship Chair:


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