Greeting Strangers as Citizens

Please join us this Sunday morning as Rev. Paul Beedle reflects on Astra Taylor’s remarkable film, “What Is Democracy?” and its implications for how to be a good neighbor.

As Unitarian Universalists our Principles can be reduced to 'being a good neighbor'.  We each act in ways that create community in our lives - how do we manifest community in our Fellowship?  What are we doing consistently to be good neighbors in our World?
Please join us after Service on Sunday for our First Sunday Potluck.  If you're able, please bring a dish to share. 
There is always plenty and we look forward to enjoying a meal with you.
Rev. Paul Beedle is the settled minister at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans. 
Rev. Beedle is especially interested in issues of economic and racial justice, and continues to learn from and network with New Orleanians who are involved in activism and organizing in these areas of concern.
Do you have an announcement for our Sunday Order of Service?  Please submit your notice no later than Friday at 5 PM by emailing the information to Scott Ferguson:  scott@uulala.org
Want to learn more about Unitarian Universalism? Join us for the  of fifth of a six part history of liberal theology and the history of Unitarian Universalism.   Part Five of the DVD and discussion series is Wednesday, May 29 at the Lafayette Main Library from 6-8 PM.  The final episode will be onJune 26 (Unitarian Universalism).