“K’an Kelen Kelen Wuli” by Rev. A.G. Norris, Live Music by Jimmy Byrne, Live-In Person Service (and on Zoom)
Date(s) - 09/18/2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist
The phrase “K’an Kelen Kelen Wuli” is an evening parting benediction in Bambara speaking villages which means “May God wake us all one by one.” The phrase means that if the night passes peacefully, we all wake up at the time which suits us best. On the other hand if there is a great danger or emergency we will wake up all together to confront the danger.
“K’an Kelen Kelen Wuli” by Rev. A.G. Norris, Live Music by Jimmy Byrne. Live in-person service (and online via Zoom).
IN-PERSON SAFETY: TRUU is now back to having live in-person services every Sunday of the month at Third Street Center. Masks are no longer required for attending our in-person events. Please make your decision to wear a mask based on your personal needs and in consideration of the needs of others. All of our services, with the exception of Fellowship Services, will also be streamed online via Facebook and Zoom. The Zoom link is the same each week (information below). Videos of our services will also be posted here on our website, on the Sermon Archive page.
Coffee hour will be held after Sunday services when Rev. Norris is present, provided that enough volunteers have been recruited to adequately prepare and execute this popular social event.
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Meeting ID: 978 9302 3273