“A Gentle, Angry People,” (February 7, 2021)
For February 2021, the congregational theme is Mercy. Rev. Ranwa Hammamy, the Executive Director of the UU Justice Ministry of California, delivers a sermon entitled “A Gentle, Angry People” on Sunday, February 7th, 11am. The concept of “mercy” can have different expressions based on its context. So how do we express mercy in our own way? How do we experience and show “mercy” as Unitarian Universalists, people of faith, and co-creators of justice?
Rev. Ranwa will return to conduct a social action training for UUCC on our third Sunday, February the 21st.
Rev. Ranwa is the Executive Director of the T he Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California, which supports UUs around the state in their various justice ministries by providing advocacy, education, and witness opportunities to live out our UU values. Rev. Ranwa previously served as President of DRUUMM (Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries), a national organization for UU People of Color. A self-described “UU-Muslim,” Ranwa seeks to serve both living traditions in her ministry, encouraging others both to grow and learn from each other’s gifts.
Beautiful music will be provided by Tom Devine, Mo Robinson, and Pamela Carrington-Tribble.
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