The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus and the First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco invite you to celebrate the ordination of Meg McGuire into the Unitarian Universalist ministry. As a joint ordination, the service brings together the two congregations that were essential in Meg's ministerial formation: her home congregation in Columbus and internship congregation in San Francisco.
Attendees in the Bay Area are invited to join the service and reception at the First UU Society of San Francisco. Attendees in Columbus are invited to a watch party of the service held at First UU Church of Columbus, as well as additional reception, after worship on May 7th. Anyone interested is welcome to join the livestream from their homes.
RSVPs are appreciated but not required.
Religious professionals (clergy, religious educators, musicians, chaplains) please RSVP to participate in the virtual processional.
About Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU): BLUU is committed to expanding the power and capacity of Black UUs within Unitarian Universalism; providing support, information, and resources for Black Unitarian Universalists; and justice-making and liberation for Black people through our faith. Learn more about BLUU here.
About The Living Tradition Fund: The Living Tradition Fund provides critical support for UU ministry: need-based scholarships for ministerial students, new minister assistance to reduce educational debt, and grants to ministers for emergency assistance. It is supported in large part by offerings at UU ordination services. Learn more about the Living Tradition Fund here.