Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Rice Lake will honor Black History month by focusing on the history of progress UU’s have made in our efforts to be inclusive to people of all cultures, races and backgrounds. Arthur Thexton of Wauwatosa’s UU West congregation will present a short exploration of our Unitarian and Universalist histories as they relate to race and racism during our February 5th service at Blue Hills UU, 10 a.m.
A frequent guest speaker at BHUU, Arthur successfully attended the Meadville Lombard Theological School, then studied at the University of Chicago before obtaining his law degree from the UW Madison. He served as Assistant District Attorney in Barron County during the mid-1980’s and lived with his family in Rice Lake.
All who seek insight are welcome at BHUU, 230 W. Messenger in Rice Lake. The 10 a.m. Service can be accessed via Zoom; the link is sent to members, but others interested may request it from firstname.lastname@example.org. Wearing masks is optional for those attending in person, although recommendations of the CDC are followed; we do expect all to be fully vaccinated. Gathering for fellowship & coffee after the service is encouraged. https://bluehillsuu.org