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March 3, 2024(1 event)

10:30 am: Sunday Morning Service, March 3, 10:30 AM


March 3, 2024

We are seeing an unprecedented assault on the barriers between church and state in America. Much of the Christian right wing is composed of Evangelicals and Pentecostals who believe that our Constitution is the charter of a Christian nation, ordained by God. This past week, the Alabama Supreme Court used Bible verses in support of its mind-bending decision that frozen embryos are fully persons. How can this be going on today? How can we respond?
Childcare and religious education are available during services.
The Beverly Unitarian Church welcomes people of every religious background, race, ethnicity, age, gender, and sexual and affectional orientation.
Services in our sanctuary or join livestream on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87881929342?pwd=c0Q1VlpPWG- tadG90M0M1KytCQ0tJdz09
Meeting ID: 878 8192 9342 Passcode: 231292
March 4, 2024(1 event)

7:30 pm: (Closed) AA meeting


March 4, 2024

March 5, 2024(1 event)

6:00 pm: Yoga


March 5, 2024

Sanctuary
March 6, 2024
March 7, 2024
March 8, 2024(2 events)

6:30 pm: A is for Abortion Access Fundraiser, Friday, March 8


March 8, 2024

A IS FOR ABORTION ACCESS FUNDRAISER

TO COMMEMORATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 

AND TO SUPPORT THE STRUGGLE FOR WOMEN'S 

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 8TH: 6:30-8:30  PM

10244 S. LONGWOOD DR.

 

A is for Abortion Access: In a post-Dobbs world, protecting and fighting for abortion access is a critical component of healthcare and reproductive justice. Join us on International Women’s Day for food, reflections from our speakers, and small group discussion about how to advance this work in our community.

This event is a fundraiser for the Chicago Abortion Fund. International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate girls, women, and nonbinary folks, while advocating for equality and justice. It is an opportunity to push forward thoughts on reproductive justice and the role of abortion care.

Featured speakers are Dr. Mildred Williamson and Anna Carvlin, MPH.  Dr, Williamson has spent her distinguished career in public service with human rights and social justice as her passion.   She has more than 25 years of experience in developing and leading public health safety net programs for vulnerable populations.

Anna Carvlin, MPH, has spent her career at the frontlines of poverty alleviation and, as a public health educator in West Africa, witnessed firsthand the deleterious effects of lack of abortion access and inadequate reproductive medical care. Her personal experience with in vitro fertilization, preeclampsia, and the specter of a nonviable pregnancy informed her decision to identify as “pro-abortion,” not “pro-choice,” and her belief that all pregnancy stories, healthy or otherwise, are fundamentally abortion stories. She will share a brief memoir excerpt as a launchpad for discussion. Proceeds from the sales of Meaningful Conflicts, an anthology project through Off Campus Writers Workshop, will be donated to the Chicago Abortion Fund. or greater inclusion and intersectionality in the struggle against misogyny, transphobia, racism, and homophobia. Sponsored by Beverly Unitarian Church and Southsiders for Peace.

 

Light refreshments will be served.

7:00 pm: SLAA meeting


March 8, 2024

Sanctuary
March 9, 2024
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