The Colour of Poverty

Chris Wulff, Ministerial Intern, with Worship Associate Larry Boldt – Whether we’re looking inside our borders or beyond them, race and poverty almost universally intersect. The costs of colonialismchristopher-wulff and white supremacy blanket the globe as we struggle with knowing how best to respond, often assuming there is ‘an answer’ to be found that should work everywhere.

On this UU-UNO Sunday, when the focus shared by congregations across the continent is The Colours of Inequality: Costs and Consequences, our November theme of Letting Go invites us into questions about how we share power and resources across differences and soften our desire to ‘be right.’

— Graphic by Dar Gareau-Levy

Sunday Services

Join us at 10:30 a.m. for the Sunday worship service. You can connect by phone or online, or attend in person.