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We celebrate UUCV’s Mozambique Bursary project with song and story. An information session and delicious luncheon will follow the service. We remember that even in tense and anxious times, love is always strong and there is still reason for hope in the world. Rev. Dr. … read more.
Something happened in the 1960s that opened the world up to change – the likes of which seemed unprecedented. But the desire to live in harmony goes much farther than what took place at Woodstock. Cindy Terlazzo preaches with worship associate Michele Burton.