Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Northern Nevada

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Rev. Neal Anderson
Rev. Neal Anderson

Rev. Karen Foster
Rev. Karen Foster


LUURN updates for Winter 2014

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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Of Northern Nevada
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Worship 10:30 a.m.

Selma Sunday

In 1965, the eyes of the nation watched as thousands of ordinary people took to the streets of Selma to march for voting rights. On March 7th, Reverend Hosea Williams and John Lewis led a group of 600 toward Montgomery. After just six blocks, when they crossed the now infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge over the Alabama River, Sheriff Jimmy Clark’s deputies and state troopers dispatched by Gov. Wallace attacked the group with nightsticks and tear gas, injuring dozens. The violence stopped the marchers’ first attempt, but they would not be silenced or stopped for good. The event came to be known as Bloody Sunday. Two weeks later, under the protection of Alabama National Guardsmen and Army troops, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. set off again from Selma and marched along U.S. Hwy. 80 to the capital city. The March continues. Join us this Sunday as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march along with those participating in its re-enactment in Selma. Wear your yellow Standing on the Side of Love t-shirt or wear yellow in solidarity with the hundreds of UUs who are there representing us in this demonstration for justice.




 

Members, friends, and guests find a welcoming congregation and campus - highly accessible to those with physical challenges.

Our one-level worship center is designed for accessibility (no stairs), with ramps, railings, and accessible drinking fountains accommodating those with physical disabilities. We also offer assistive listening systems (hearing assistance headsets), large print format orders of service, a Braille hymnal, and comfortable seating.

Our seating is movable, so people using wheelchairs may sit in a location of their choice. Our buildings also provide handicapped-accessible restroom facilities.

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