Date(s) - 12/03/2023
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Third Street Center


As Unitarian Universalists, we come from many religious traditions – Christian and Jewish, Muslim and Pagan, Atheist and Buddhist, to name a few. Together, across those differences, “we can make such sweet harmony,”. In nature, greater diversity can create greater resilience, although in the human world, differences can evoke fear and even violence against those who are “different”. In this first service on our December theme of “Pluralism” we will celebrate diversity and pluralism – and we will have a little fun along the way.

Two Rivers UU is delighted that Florence Caplow, who was our TRUU residential minister from 2016-2017, has agreed to lead our Sunday worship remotely once a month for the coming year. Rev. Florence Caplow (she/her) has served Unitarian Universalist congregations in Illinois, Washington State, and Colorado.Before becoming a minister, she worked as a botanist for 25 years, specializing in the conservation of endangered plants. She is also a writer, editor, change coach, and ordained Soto Zen priest. Learn more about Florence and her work here.





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