UU Paris Worship Service Online Mar 14 – Liberté, Egalité, Sororité

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Date(s) - 14/03/2021
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


UUFP (Paris fellowship) service
Sunday 14 Mar at 10.30 am

Sermon: Liberté, Egalité, Sororité

This Sunday we will reflect on the unfinished work of the French Revolution as we recognize International Women’s Day. We will reflect on the spirituality hidden in plain sight in a city where statues of goddesses reign in the city parks, images of Joan of Arc are omnipresent and the churches are called “Our Lady.” Tapping into the power of myth and metaphor we will reclaim the spiritual insight: “None of us can be free until everyone is free.”


The Rev. Chris Buice

Chris Buice is the minister of Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee. He studied for the ministry at a Quaker seminary, Earlham School of Religion, and continues to find a lot of common ground between Unitarian Universalism and Quaker Universalist tradition.

Chris is a francophile who enjoys French films and television shows. His adult children, Christopher and Sally, have both studied and worked in France with obligatory parent visits. He has enjoyed his times serving as visiting minister with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Paris where he gave himself plenty of time to be a flâneur and meet folks in cafes. He is looking forward to being with everyone on Zoom and to a post pandemic reunion in the City of Light.

How can I access the service online? 

Please request a link to the service by sending an email to worship@uuparis.org 

and keep an eye on your inbox for the Zoom meeting link. You will need that link to join, but you do not need to have a Zoom account. The link will be open from 10:00 am on.

For more information, please write to: contact@uuparis.org