Don’t Sleep Through the Revolution

Virtual Worship Service

Rev. Zackrie Vinczen, Minister
Penny Brewer, Worship Associate

Link to the service is: Sunday Worship Service.

When Rip Van Winkle fell asleep in the woods, he awoke to find he had not only been asleep for 20 years, but had also slept through the American Revolution. 

This story became the central metaphor for MLK’s 1966 address to the Unitarian Universalist Association in which he implored UUs not to “sleep through the revolution.” 

Join us for this service as we reflect on the things in the world we are being called to wake up to.

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