Congregational Care Week of February 5, 2023

Memorial Service of Margaret Wilson. There was some confusion in getting the link to Margaret Wilson’s memorial service. We have received a link to the recorded video from UU Arlington. If you would like to watch this service, please use this link.

Nourish’s Dinner Church Worship Service for 30 Days of Love: February 12, 2023 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. In this challenging time, let your souls rest as you experience powerful, embodied worship and connection. Join the Revs. Emily Conger & Aisha Ansano of Nourish for a worship service to hold your tender heart, offer you respite, and nourish you in body and in spirit. In our time together, we’ll join in embodied ritual, music, small group discussions, & opportunities to name the challenges we face and to bless one another. We invite you to bring a chalice and at least a bite of food, a warm drink, or your whole meal (real or imaginary). Beloveds, a place is set for you – come feed your body and spirit! Nourish’s Dinner Church worship services feed bodies and spirits through food and ritual. Nourish leverages the ancient spiritual technology of connection through gathering around a table and adapts it for modern contexts. You can learn more here and you can Register Here.

C Public Library and the Association for African American Life and History (ASALH) invite you to a screening of Barry Farm: Community, Land & Justice in Washington DC. This 50-minute documentary chronicles the history of a Southeast DC neighborhood and its residents. From formerly enslaved people who purchased land here in the 1860s to Go-Go music in the 1980s—this film tells a story of community, racial segregation, displacement, and resistance. 

After the screening there will be a moderated discussion with filmmakers Dr. Sabiyha Prince and Sam George, Q&A, and an opportunity to talk with the DC Oral History Collaborative about local history preservation. This program is for ages 13+ and is co-sponsored by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). For more information, call (202) 671-3121 or email To request a reasonable accommodation for this program, please contact, or call (202) 727-2142. 

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