Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church

Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church

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Christmas Greetings from Rev. Sandor and our partner church in Discoszentmarton. English translation in the second half.
https://fb.watch/2AvkdnllSA/
CLUUC friends, Please contact me directly if you’d like info about making the Clausens part of your 2020 Xmas Eve.
Let us center together with this "Prayer for Peace" by Fariduddin 'Fred' Johnson, as we prepare our bodies, minds and spirits to roll up our sleeves and get busy with the messy work of democracy. And I hope you will join Rev. Katie Romano Griffin Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd Rev. David Miller Dayna Edwards Rev. Abhi Janamanchi Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon for a 12 pm Vigil to restore your heart and soul as we do this work of getting ready to do the messy work of democracy. #CountEveryVote #UUtheVote #thisiswhatdemocracylookslike #24hoursofprayer
Election results are coming in. How are you doing? Here is a powerful Lament that was written by the Rev. Darrick Jackson. It spoke to my soul, and I know it will speak to yours. Sharing with permission. #24hoursofprayer #UUtheVote River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation RRUUCUUCF-Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax @Unitarian Universalist Church of Reston, Cedarhurst Unitarian Universalists.
Come join us for a wonderful art build to inspire voter turn out this coming Friday!
Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has the following automatic reply email:
Hello,
Due to current traumatic events unfolding in our world and in our community, BLOC has moved to 4-day work weeks and will be off on Fridays
We cannot ignore recent events, and how it is impacting us, our communities, and our mental health and continue as business as usual.
We appreciate your understanding, and will be in touch next week.
Our grassroots partners are living and operating with much tougher daily circumstances than ours. BLOC leaders are are excited about the Grassroots Support Pack. As of Friday, they hadn’t been able to get to the office to confirm its arrival, but we hope they’ll be able to distribute our Devotee GOTV and Justice t-shirts this week. Our connection and support help refuel awesome volunteers and assure the groups of our commitment to them - now and for years to come.
Please sponsor appreciation gifts for grassroots volunteers working hard within their own communities of color to help their neighbors register to vote, GOTV and affect change. Your sponsorship also encourages our artists who want their art and messages out in the places that matter most now – please read about these amazing young artists here.
“Grassroots Support Packs” are currently for:
- Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (WI);
- ONE PA;
- Living United for Change in Arizona;
- Advance Carolina (NC); and
- NAVA Education Project (NM).
Sponsorship costs $87.90 at www.Devotee.Online.
Please use “WE CARE” or the name of your preferred group as the shipping recipient’s name and your own address even though we won’t ship the gift packages to you. Please feel free to purchase gifts for groups apart from the list and we’ll find the address if you don’t provide one.
Packages include a thank you letter acknowledging you/sponsor and “friends at Devotee.” I’ll post grassroots partners’ responses and photos so we all refuel from the human connection.
Thank you,
Jeannie (Neighbors Rising and Devotee)
DISCLOSURE: Devotee is my company and Grassroots Support Pack sponsorships are provided way, way, way below cost.
Wow! Just Wow! I hope no one misses today's powerful and inspirational service and call to action with the DC Labor Chorus! Be sure to watch to the very end! And VOTE!
Dear Abhi and congregation, I am immensely proud that our award winning anthropological, humanitarian and environmental powerhouse of a film, Yasuni Man - The Film is now available to stream! Please watch it and discuss. It is an important film in our times. https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10157255449911361&set=a.10151374795741361&__cft__[0]=AZWH0DtocgAsqZF7iI-M4SOIGgrqS5bRjhNwVgoajmr0zcYIGg6e3t5XkVi15UKbxu1Hv8OxGxZKGS1JMTzKE94yvngLigaTehdRuUu8V0hX4A79xk83D3zp9p9nFVbdEWxUW4b81B84IG6-uksuJCyb&__tn__=EH-y-R
A love song for mother earth from UU songwriter -feel free to share and nourish the earth that nourishes you.https://www.facebook.com/john.hammond.3557440/videos/4400827606625084/
https://www.facebook.com/john.hammond.3557440/videos/4300391883335324/ A short music video about love and acceptance whatever your color in our rainbow race from a 70 year old heart wise UU songwriter in California, if it helps feel free to use as part of a service, a posting or person to person sharing. Blessings.
Eastern Shore Pipeline: "Rumors of my death are highly exaggerated."

The fracked-gas industry is dying, yet the Hogan administration wants to force another fracked-gas pipeline down the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Please send an email saying NO to the proposed Eastern Shore Pipeline.

bit.ly/no-es-pipeline-mde

In recent days, I’ve gotten a lot of questions like this:

“Anthony, isn’t the Eastern Shore pipeline dead? After all, Chesapeake Energy, the nation’s second largest fracked-gas producer has filed for bankruptcy due to an insurmountable amount of debt.”

“The Dakota Access pipeline is being shut down for an environmental review! They know pipelines aren’t safe. They have to have canceled plans for pipelines in Maryland, right?”

“The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is defeated! Surely that means other fracked-gas companies will see that new pipelines are not financially viable or environmentally sustainable! Surely this means that the proposed Eastern Shore pipelines are dead, too?”

To these, I would like to respond with, “No. The threat of pipelines on the Eastern Shore is still very real, and don’t call me Shirley.”

The sad truth is that the fossil fuel industry is still holding on and they will not go down without a fight. Pipelines are still being proposed and constructed regularly, in spite of a plethora of reasons why they shouldn’t be. While victories deserve to be celebrated we cannot get complacent and we cannot take anything for granted. We need the strength of Marylanders everywhere to stand up against deadly gas expansion throughout our state.

That is why we are doing everything we can to send state decision-makers a strong message, and we need your voice.

Join us in urging the Maryland Department of the Environment to protect our water from the dangers of a new pipeline on the Eastern Shore. https://bit.ly/no-es-pipeline-mde

On July 7th, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) held a wetland permit hearing for one of two pipelines that ARE STILL PROPOSED for the Eastern Shore -- the Del-Mar pipeline. This pipeline is already under construction in Delaware to carry gas from that state into Maryland.

More than 20 members of the community voiced their concerns about the harmful impacts this project will have on water and climate. MDE’s next task is to consider these comments as it develops its recommendation to the Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW), made up of the Maryland Governor, the Comptroller, and the Treasurer, which has final say over the permit. This permit is key to the success or failure of this pipeline.

This is a real, tangible way to stop this pipeline, but we have to give it our all. Will you stand with communities on the Eastern Shore and urge MDE to recommend that the BPW deny the wetland permit?

The actions and decisions we make in this decade will impact Marylanders and climate for generations to come. We do not have the luxury of making bad ones. The recent victories should be celebrated, but our climate, our health, and our communities need help to ensure that those victories keep coming.

I have recently found inspiration from the following quote:

"Anything else you're interested in is not going to happen if you can't breathe the air and drink the water. Don't sit this one out. Do something. You are by accident of fate alive at an absolutely critical moment in the history of our planet." - Carl Sagan

We must do something. Luckily, we don’t have to do it alone.

In solidarity,

Anthony Field
[email protected]
Maryland Grassroots Coordinator
Chesapeake Climate Action Network
We are thrilled and honored that Valarie Kaur is going to be a part of #WeBreatheTogether #SpiritExperience this Sunday. @Valariekaur is a seasoned civil rights activist, lawyer, filmmaker, innovator, and founder of the Revolutionary Love Project. Valarie burst into American consciousness in the wake of the 2016 election when her Watch Night Service address went viral with 30+ million views worldwide. Her question "Is this the darkness of the tomb – or the darkness of the womb?" reframed the political moment and became a mantra for people fighting for change. Her speeches have reached millions worldwide and inspired a movement to reclaim love as a force for justice. A daughter of Sikh farmers in California, she earned degrees at Stanford University, Harvard Divinity School, and Yale Law School and holds an honorary doctorate. Valarie's new book, See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love, expands on her "blockbuster" TED Talk and hits shelves June 2020. https://valariekaur.com/see-no-stranger/

We are a community where love works. We explore the eternal, nurture community, and build a more just world. Together, we dare to embody beloved community.

Welcome to Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, a liberal religious community that has been an important part of Montgomery County for more than 65 years.

Operating as usual

04/18/2021

Join us in an hour to find out who we are called to be!

As spring emerges and we begin to dream up new ways of being together, let’s explore who we are called to be in this moment. What is the role of a faith community in a post pandemic world? How do we live into our calling as faithful people? Let’s imagine together. Join us at 11am on Sunday at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USlsA25jzk0

04/16/2021

As spring emerges and we begin to dream up new ways of being together, let’s explore who we are called to be in this moment. What is the role of a faith community in a post pandemic world? How do we live into our calling as faithful people? Let’s imagine together. Join us at 11am on Sunday at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USlsA25jzk0

As spring emerges and we begin to dream up new ways of being together, let’s explore who we are called to be in this moment. What is the role of a faith community in a post pandemic world? How do we live into our calling as faithful people? Let’s imagine together. Join us at 11am on Sunday at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USlsA25jzk0

04/15/2021

It’s the time of year for church grounds spring cleaning and the Grounds Team needs your help! Please join us for a couple of hours on Saturday, April 17th from 8:30 am until Noon. Please RSVP to Joan Riggs ([email protected]) or Linda Gianessi, [email protected]. We welcome all helpers, no matter what your gardening experience!

We have several important tasks: we plan to move the Serviceberry tree planted in honor of long time teacher, Diana Thompson; Plant some colorful coleus in the Memory Garden, w**d and spread Leaf Grow in our Welcome Garden, clean out invasive plants along our walks, collect fallen branches, and do general grounds clean up.

Dress for the weather and bring gloves. Tools will be provided, or you can bring yours. Thanks for your help in keeping our grounds beautiful!

It’s the time of year for church grounds spring cleaning and the Grounds Team needs your help! Please join us for a couple of hours on Saturday, April 17th from 8:30 am until Noon. Please RSVP to Joan Riggs ([email protected]) or Linda Gianessi, [email protected]. We welcome all helpers, no matter what your gardening experience!

We have several important tasks: we plan to move the Serviceberry tree planted in honor of long time teacher, Diana Thompson; Plant some colorful coleus in the Memory Garden, w**d and spread Leaf Grow in our Welcome Garden, clean out invasive plants along our walks, collect fallen branches, and do general grounds clean up.

Dress for the weather and bring gloves. Tools will be provided, or you can bring yours. Thanks for your help in keeping our grounds beautiful!

04/14/2021

Emily Green Balch was born in 1867 in Boston. She graduated from Bryn Mawr and went to graduate school in Paris. She taught at Wellesley College, focusing on the economic role of women. She became Professor of Political Economy there. Emily served on state commissions and was leader of the Women’s Trade Union League. She was a pacifist, and supported civil liberties of conscientious objectors.
Emily was a Unitarian, and thought that the American economy was not “in harmony with the principles of Jesus which we profess”. She was let go from Wellesley and converted to become a Quaker in 1921. She worked for the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and set up summer schools on peace education. She worked with the League of Nations, and though she did favor the Allies during World War II, she continued to support conscientious objectors.
Emily won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in 1946. She donated her share of the prize money to the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Emily continued to work for peace until her death at the age of 94.

Emily Green Balch was born in 1867 in Boston. She graduated from Bryn Mawr and went to graduate school in Paris. She taught at Wellesley College, focusing on the economic role of women. She became Professor of Political Economy there. Emily served on state commissions and was leader of the Women’s Trade Union League. She was a pacifist, and supported civil liberties of conscientious objectors.
Emily was a Unitarian, and thought that the American economy was not “in harmony with the principles of Jesus which we profess”. She was let go from Wellesley and converted to become a Quaker in 1921. She worked for the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and set up summer schools on peace education. She worked with the League of Nations, and though she did favor the Allies during World War II, she continued to support conscientious objectors.
Emily won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in 1946. She donated her share of the prize money to the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Emily continued to work for peace until her death at the age of 94.

04/13/2021

Are you on Instagram? Twitter? Youtube? So is Cedar Lane! Follow us on Instagram @cedarlaneuuchurch, on twitter as @CedarLaneUU, and subscribe to our channel on Youtube. Get connected!

Are you on Instagram? Twitter? Youtube? So is Cedar Lane! Follow us on Instagram @cedarlaneuuchurch, on twitter as @CedarLaneUU, and subscribe to our channel on Youtube. Get connected!

04/12/2021

An invitation to all UU Men: The Cedar Lane Men's Group meets every second and fourth Saturday morning via Zoom. If you feel a call to connect with other UU men; if continued COVID restrictions are making you feel isolated; then come connect with us. Our Saturday morning meetings are from 8:30-10:30. Email Phil Smith for more information and for the Zoom link: [email protected].

An invitation to all UU Men: The Cedar Lane Men's Group meets every second and fourth Saturday morning via Zoom. If you feel a call to connect with other UU men; if continued COVID restrictions are making you feel isolated; then come connect with us. Our Saturday morning meetings are from 8:30-10:30. Email Phil Smith for more information and for the Zoom link: [email protected].

04/11/2021

Join us in one hour on our Youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9B0FwYCRIE

Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti, serving as senior minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, will lead our service this Sunday focusing on our Unitarian Universalist history and identity of being religious-spiritual heretics and rebels. How is this identity a source of passion and strength for us, as Unitarian Universalists? How might that very same strength become a challenge at times? Join us this Sunday on youtube as we explore this topic together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9B0FwYCRIE

04/09/2021

Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti, serving as senior minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, will lead our service this Sunday focusing on our Unitarian Universalist history and identity of being religious-spiritual heretics and rebels. How is this identity a source of passion and strength for us, as Unitarian Universalists? How might that very same strength become a challenge at times? Join us this Sunday on youtube as we explore this topic together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9B0FwYCRIE

Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti, serving as senior minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, will lead our service this Sunday focusing on our Unitarian Universalist history and identity of being religious-spiritual heretics and rebels. How is this identity a source of passion and strength for us, as Unitarian Universalists? How might that very same strength become a challenge at times? Join us this Sunday on youtube as we explore this topic together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9B0FwYCRIE

04/08/2021

Join us for the Young Adult Virtual Game night on April 16th at 7 pm! We will be catching up and hosting virtual games through our newly developed discord space. Any Cedar Lane member ages 18-24 is welcome! Join the discord space using this link: https://discord.gg/kp8HVqerEN
If you have questions please email the young Adult Ministry Coordinator at [email protected]

Join us for the Young Adult Virtual Game night on April 16th at 7 pm! We will be catching up and hosting virtual games through our newly developed discord space. Any Cedar Lane member ages 18-24 is welcome! Join the discord space using this link: https://discord.gg/kp8HVqerEN
If you have questions please email the young Adult Ministry Coordinator at [email protected]

04/07/2021

Eliza Mason Tupper was born in 1844, in Maine. Her father was a Protestant minister, and her mother was a writer and beekeeper. She went to college in Iowa, and taught school at first, but then converted to become a Universalist minister, working in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. After she married a lawyer, they moved to Colorado.

Eliza worked in the upper Midwest, riding a circuit from church to church, helping to establish them before handing them to another female pastor. At this time she also was director of the Iowa Unitarian Conference. She was honorary vice president of the National Woman Suffrage Association, and attended the World’s Congress of Representative Women in 1893. In the 1890s, she moved to California, and worked at the Unitarian churches in Alameda and Oakland. She had five sons and one daughter, and passed away in 1917.

Eliza Mason Tupper was born in 1844, in Maine. Her father was a Protestant minister, and her mother was a writer and beekeeper. She went to college in Iowa, and taught school at first, but then converted to become a Universalist minister, working in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. After she married a lawyer, they moved to Colorado.

Eliza worked in the upper Midwest, riding a circuit from church to church, helping to establish them before handing them to another female pastor. At this time she also was director of the Iowa Unitarian Conference. She was honorary vice president of the National Woman Suffrage Association, and attended the World’s Congress of Representative Women in 1893. In the 1890s, she moved to California, and worked at the Unitarian churches in Alameda and Oakland. She had five sons and one daughter, and passed away in 1917.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the Manna Food Drive and Pledge Drive Thru this past Sunday!

04/06/2021

We're so glad that so many of you went on a quest for Easter Eggs at Cedar Lane and created LEGO chalices! Thank you for sharing your pictures!

#cedarlanestrong #uulent #easter

We're so glad that so many of you went on a quest for Easter Eggs at Cedar Lane and created LEGO chalices! Thank you for sharing your pictures!

#cedarlanestrong #uulent #easter

04/06/2021

COVID VACCINE INFORMATION SESSION

Please join us on Wednesday April 7 at 7:30pm for a Zoom discussion and Q&A session with Dr. Maria Elena Ruiz, Assistant Chief of Infectious Diseases at Washington Hospital Center. Dr. Ruiz will be discussing the Covid Vaccine. The session will be jointly sponsored by Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington and CLUUC. To attend, please register at https://givebutter.com/VaccineReady.

COVID VACCINE INFORMATION SESSION

Please join us on Wednesday April 7 at 7:30pm for a Zoom discussion and Q&A session with Dr. Maria Elena Ruiz, Assistant Chief of Infectious Diseases at Washington Hospital Center. Dr. Ruiz will be discussing the Covid Vaccine. The session will be jointly sponsored by Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington and CLUUC. To attend, please register at https://givebutter.com/VaccineReady.

04/05/2021

Writers of Color invites you to join on Zoom on April 20th at 7pm for a discussion of "Caste" by Isabel Wilkerson. Contact Kathleen at [email protected] to learn more.

Writers of Color invites you to join on Zoom on April 20th at 7pm for a discussion of "Caste" by Isabel Wilkerson. Contact Kathleen at [email protected] to learn more.

04/04/2021

Join us in about 45 minutes on our YouTube channel to celebrate Easter Sunday!

Join us this Sunday at 11am for an Easter service with the Rev Meg Riley, co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Rev Katie Romano Griffin, Dayna Edwards and Jared Wilson. This Easter service will be both rooted in tradition and shaped for these times when a meager of hope and resurrection is needed most in the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uLLq7psbL4

04/03/2021

Are you a young adult between the ages of 18-24? Are you hoping to join a community of other UUs in your age group? Join the Cedar Lane Young Adult Discord! This space is run and co-created with you and your interests in mind. While all events at Cedar lane are virtual, this Discord will function as our meeting space and a place to find support, share things going on in your life, and connect with others. To join our Discord space, email the Young Adult Ministry Coordinator, Stephanie Williams at [email protected]

Are you a young adult between the ages of 18-24? Are you hoping to join a community of other UUs in your age group? Join the Cedar Lane Young Adult Discord! This space is run and co-created with you and your interests in mind. While all events at Cedar lane are virtual, this Discord will function as our meeting space and a place to find support, share things going on in your life, and connect with others. To join our Discord space, email the Young Adult Ministry Coordinator, Stephanie Williams at [email protected]

04/02/2021

Join us this Sunday at 11am for an Easter service with the Rev Meg Riley, co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Rev Katie Romano Griffin, Dayna Edwards and Jared Wilson. This Easter service will be both rooted in tradition and shaped for these times when a meager of hope and resurrection is needed most in the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uLLq7psbL4

Join us this Sunday at 11am for an Easter service with the Rev Meg Riley, co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Rev Katie Romano Griffin, Dayna Edwards and Jared Wilson. This Easter service will be both rooted in tradition and shaped for these times when a meager of hope and resurrection is needed most in the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uLLq7psbL4

04/01/2021

What’s Cooking Wednesdays with Rev. Katie

Connect. Create. Comfort. There’s nothing better than getting together with caring people in the heart of the home, the kitchen. We’ve been through some hard times so why not gather together get separately in our kitchens yet share together? Rev. Katie will be demonstrating some wonderful easy to make comfort food vegan recipes while we gather, cook, and talk about what is on our hearts. Recipes will be shared ahead of the gathering so you can get ingredients together ahead of time. Or, you can make something different! The focus is on food, comfort and being together. Join us at 12pm on Wednesday, April 7th, or Wednesday, April 21st at 5:30pm. Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMudOypqjMvHtwALE_npGVJwHELoZBrUzjq

What’s Cooking Wednesdays with Rev. Katie

Connect. Create. Comfort. There’s nothing better than getting together with caring people in the heart of the home, the kitchen. We’ve been through some hard times so why not gather together get separately in our kitchens yet share together? Rev. Katie will be demonstrating some wonderful easy to make comfort food vegan recipes while we gather, cook, and talk about what is on our hearts. Recipes will be shared ahead of the gathering so you can get ingredients together ahead of time. Or, you can make something different! The focus is on food, comfort and being together. Join us at 12pm on Wednesday, April 7th, or Wednesday, April 21st at 5:30pm. Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMudOypqjMvHtwALE_npGVJwHELoZBrUzjq

03/31/2021

Henry Bergh was a 19th century American Unitarian. He was rich and influential, and had always worried over the mistreatment of animals that was commonplace at the time, such as overworked horses, cockfights, and abuse of dogs and other animals as well. He travelled to England and met with the president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, deciding to found a similar group in the United States. So, in 1866, Henry founded the ASPCA: the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Henry helped pass a law making abuse of animals illegal in New York State, and he was given the power to arrest people for breaking that law. Henry investigated animal cruelty in the area, waging “war” against those who hosted dog pits and rooster fights. He became very unpopular for this, becoming known as “The Great Meddler”. Henry preached kindness, and did not argue back with any of his detractors. Later, Henry expanded his work to stop abuse against children as well, and was instrumental in founding the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty for Children. By the time he reached the end of his life, Henry was hailed as a man who had accomplished great things through his “meddling”, and the organizations he founded survive in one form or another to this day, carrying on his work.

Henry Bergh was a 19th century American Unitarian. He was rich and influential, and had always worried over the mistreatment of animals that was commonplace at the time, such as overworked horses, cockfights, and abuse of dogs and other animals as well. He travelled to England and met with the president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, deciding to found a similar group in the United States. So, in 1866, Henry founded the ASPCA: the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Henry helped pass a law making abuse of animals illegal in New York State, and he was given the power to arrest people for breaking that law. Henry investigated animal cruelty in the area, waging “war” against those who hosted dog pits and rooster fights. He became very unpopular for this, becoming known as “The Great Meddler”. Henry preached kindness, and did not argue back with any of his detractors. Later, Henry expanded his work to stop abuse against children as well, and was instrumental in founding the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty for Children. By the time he reached the end of his life, Henry was hailed as a man who had accomplished great things through his “meddling”, and the organizations he founded survive in one form or another to this day, carrying on his work.

Our Story

Welcome to Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, a liberal religious community and sanctuary congregation where love works.

Join us for worship on Sundays at 9 & 11 am or live stream with us at 11 am on our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/CLUUC-live

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Praying the Hours in the Name of Justice
Human Trafficking Forum
National Moment of Unity and Remembrance
Congratulations Dayna!
Help Rosa Transition to Independent Community Living!
Post Election Vespers Service
A MORE Prophetic Vote Election Night Service
A MORE Prophetic Vote Prayer: Hour 13
A MORE Prophetic Vote Prayer: Hour 12
Election Protection Updates from the Field!

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9601 Cedar Ln
Bethesda, MD
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Monday 08:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 21:00
Thursday 08:00 - 21:00
Friday 08:00 - 21:00
Saturday 08:00 - 21:00
Sunday 08:00 - 21:00
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