BFUU Sunday Services 10:30 AM
1924 Cedar Street
(at the corner of Cedar St. and Bonita Ave. - ramp on Bonita Ave.)
Moses Canales, Worship Leader
The current state of non-violent, mass direct action in America. Where do we go from here? What is the origin and history of non-violent protest in America and historically how effective is it? What role, if any, do faith and spirituality have in the non-violent pursuit of social justice? These questions I will approach with a brief history of non-violent resolution of conflicts, using readings from civil rights leaders, and personal reflections and experiences of those who have struggled against social injustice and tyranny.
Moses Canales is the son of a Mexican Baptist minister. He has been an immigration and criminal defense attorney, a teacher and counselor for the developmentally disabled, and has worked with health advocacy groups. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from U.C. Berkeley with highest honors and holds a Juris Doctor from UC Hastings College of Law. He is an enrolled seminarian at the Pacific School of Religion for his Masters in Divinity and Master of Theology. Mr. Canales is the director of the PSR student-led worship program called "The Rising."
February 26: In Search of Miracles
Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles, Worship Leader
When faced with life-threatening illness or accident, when is hope false hope? Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles explores the mysteries of beating the odds or succumbing to the inevitable—with many questions, a few answers.
Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles is a graduate of Starr King who was called to UU ministry after careers in psychology and law. She provides spiritual care to the BFUU community on a part-time basis, and leads Sunday Services as guest speaker at BFUU and other Bay Area UU churches.