Bold Courage, part 2: James Reeb

Young people begin in the sanctuary with their families and will be sung out to their religious exploration classes.

Come learn about the courage of James Reeb, a Unitarian Universalist minister who is considered one of our UU martyrs. In 1965, he was working with low-income and marginalized folks in Boston when he felt called to Selma because of his UU faith. He was one of three people murdered during the Selma campaign of the Civil Rights movement.

Join us in the Sanctuary for this service, or to join the live-stream: go to OR to listen via phone, call 1-312-626-6799 and use meeting id 412 124 873, passcode 1025.