Soul Work

Multicultural UU Communities

Partner Congregations

During programming, our worship will be led by First Unitarian Church of San Jose and Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church.
 

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First Unitarian of San Jose

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First Unitarian of San Jose

 
 
 
 
 
 
Our Opening Worship will be led by:
 
The First Unitarian Church of San Jose.
 
The First Unitarian Church of San José (FUCSJ), located in the heart of one of this country’s most multicultural cities, is striving to be the multiracial, multicultural, multigenerational congregation that its mission proclaims. In addition to its Sunday morning worship service in English, FUCSJ has offered worship in Spanish (with simultaneous translation into English) for over ten years for a small but hearty group of Unitarian Universalists from a wide range of Latin American countries of origin (as well as for English speakers who love our faith with a Latin flavor). This year, with a grant from the Fund for Unitarian Universalism, FUCSJ’s JUUNTOS/Together Project is reenergizing its Spanish-Speaking Ministries, deepening relationships across language and culture throughout the congregation, and transforming this ministry into a program that benefits our whole denomination.  

 
  
 
                                                
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Davies Memorial UU Church

 

 

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Davies Memorial UU Church

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Davies Memorial UU Church

 

 

Our Closing Worship will be led by:
 
Reverend John T. Crestwell & the Multicultural Track Design Team.
 

John T. Crestwell, Jr. is minister of Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church in Camp Springs, MD just outside of the Washington, DC area.  The congregation has grown from 8% to nearly 40% racial diversity in the last four years.  It’s mission is to offer diversity in its many facets–racial, sexual, musical, etc. and to strive for excellence in worship that meets the needs of a growing multiracial congregation

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