West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

Thankful for Human Rights
by Ellen Carvill-Ziemer, Intern Minister

November 20, 2011

This Sunday we remember the convictions of religious freedom in the American Thanksgiving story and make a commitment to help the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee in its work to advance human rights and social justice around the world. The Inter-generational Choir will join us to sing New Day Coming.

The Social Action Offering today will be given to the Cleveland Foodbank. The mission of the food-bank is to alleviate hunger by providing food and support to community organizations that feed the hungry. They supply a majority of the food used in local hot meal sites, shelters, and food pantries. In addition, they provide food to child care centers, group homes, and programs for the elderly. Please bring a can of food as non-perishable food donations will also be collected.

With Kathy Strawser, Director Lifespan Faith Development

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