This Sunday we spring ahead. You won’t want to miss this Sunday’s special service, so don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead before you go to bed on Saturday night.
To build the Beloved Community, All Souls cultivates and celebrates . . .
This Sunday is the 49th anniversary of the day our former minister James Reeb was beaten to death by four Klansmen while marching for voting rights in Selma, Alabama.
To mark this anniversary we will be joined on Sunday by the Rev. Clark Olsen, a Unitarian minister and civil rights activist, who was attacked alongside Reeb. Rev. Olsen will share with us his moving personal account of that night’s events, and what they mean for us today.
To join our effort, please contact our Voting Rights Team at ASCVotingRights@gmail.com.
To learn more about the tide of voter suppression laws, and All Souls’ recent efforts to resist them, please visit our Voting Rights Page.
And please join us this Sunday for a moving reminder that the struggles begun during the Civil Rights Movement are ours to complete.