January 2021

Theme: The Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person


For the safety of our members and the larger community, UUFN will be offering livestreamed Sunday services via Zoom until further notice. Links for the Sunday Zoom meeting will be sent each week through the UUFN-Announce email group. Contact jwhitson@uunorthfield.org if you would like to begin receiving the weekly email.


Sunday, January 3rd • 10:00 a.m.

Lessons from “My Grandmother’s Hands”

Our UUFN Social Justice reading group just finished reading this groundbreaking book. The author draws from his training and extensive experience as a therapist to present startling observations and new science that leads to his guidance on how to heal racial injustice. Unanimously the group agreed everyone needs to read this book. Join us to hear why.


Sunday, January 10th • 10:00 am

“Shameless Dignity” • Rev. Kristin Maier

We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of all people, yet who does not sometimes struggle with feelings of shame? What might it be like to claim our own dignity without shame? How might that also change how we honor the dignity of   others?


Sunday, January 17th • 10:00 am

“Where Do We Go From Here, Chaos or Community”

Guest Speaker: Lissa Jones-Lofgren

The title of this presentation is from one of Dr. King’s sermons and books. I would like to posit that we have a choice in where we go from here and that action is crucial for our spiritual healing as a nation, a requirement to get closer to democracy!


Sunday, January 24th • 10:00 a.m.

“Worthy Being, Worthy Doing” • Rev. Kristin Maier

We make innumerable choices each day about what we do and how. What might happen if we grounded those choices in an understanding of ourselves as worthy beings first? How might that begin to transform what we do for ourselves and others?


Sunday, January 31st • 10:00 a.m.

“Imagining Choice Anew: Toward Reproductive Freedom in Minnesota”

Guest Speaker: Rev. Kelli Clement

The First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis is among the plaintiffs suing the State of Minnesota over the unjust mandates that restrict abortion access in our state. Learn about the mandates and why this UU congregation is pursuing a religious freedom claim on behalf of the community. The Rev. Kelli Clement is the Minister of Social Justice and Welcome at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. Kelli is the former Executive Director of the Minnesota Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice and worked as a training consultant for the national office of RCRC.

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