Annual Arts & Craft Fair & July Art Wall Reception Sponsored by Faith in Action & Peace and Social Justice comittee

Art Wall and Craft Fair Opening Reception, July 7, 2019 - 11:15 am, Courtyard and Forbes.

Faith in Action's annual congregation fundraising Arts & Craft Fair Art Wall Reception is scheduled for Sunday July 7 at Forbes during coffee hour after member Leonard Cachola's sermon entitled, Journey to Community Starts From Within as a commencement to the monthly worship theme, Liberation.

This annual event, hosted by Diana Spears, includes art created by our own UUSM members. Come down and see some of the amazing talent we have within our own community! A variety of mediums will be on display, including some for sale. From ceramics to paintings and photographs, there will be a whole lot of talent on display.

Artists for this year’s UUSM Member Art Wall include: Jeremy Arnold, Bettye Barclay, Ralph Martel, Tom Peters, Carol Ring, and Greg Wood and many other talented members of our community.

Activism has never been more important – so come and get inspired. The Faith In Action Commission (FIA) is an umbrella group composed of four committees – Peace and Social Justice (PSJ), Green Living, Hunger Task Force, and Interweave. Over the past year, FIA has participated in many events throughout Los Angeles, including the Women’s March, March for Science, the March for Our Lives, Interfaith Solidarity March, and more.

Action is based on careful research, analysis and thoughtful study embracing service, education, witness and advocacy issues through a range of activities including task forces, community organizing, study groups, alliance building, committees and ad hoc groups as needed. The Faith In Action Commission.

The mission of the Faith In Action Commission is to coordinate social action efforts in the church, empowering the congregation to choose social justice issues for study and action, and integrating those activities fully into the overall life of the congregation in a way that is rooted in the moral and ethical values of our faith, as expressed in our View sion Statement and the Principles and Purposes and Statements of Conscience of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

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