Justice Work : Black Lives Matter
The First Universalist Church of Yarmouth is committed to ending oppression and standing on the side of love. First Universalist's ongoing support of the refugee and asylum-seeker community, many of whom are people of color who face both xenophobia and racism, is one of the primary ways that members and friends of our congregation live out their values, stand in solidarity against racism, and affirm the worth and dignity of all people.Event: Film Screening & Discussion Passage at St. Augustine with Filmmaker, Clennon King
September 25, 2016 at Merrill Memorial Library in Yarmouth, ME
The film and event adressed current issues, reflected on the past, and honored Rev. William L. England, a man who put his life on the line for the Civil Rights movement in 1964. At the event, Rev. William's granddaughter accepted, on his behalf, an official declaration of Rev. William L. England Day on Sunday, September 25, 2016.