Sunday, July 15 Maggie Kruger, Guest Speaker and UUCY Member
The topic of culturally relevant pedagogy and minority representation within public schools will be explored.
Reflections will draw heavily from teaching experience and offer suggestions toward white allyship in the journey toward educational equity.
Maggie was born and raised in York, PA. She attended UUCY with her family from the time she was five years old until her graduation from William Penn Senior High School in 2011.
Maggie went on to receive her BA in Sociology at Temple University in 2015. Upon graduation, Maggie joined Teach for America as a corps member, serving as a third grade classroom teacher for three years in Greenville, North Carolina. The experience has had a profound impact on her and ultimately led her to what she considers her greatest passion, educational equity. Maggie will be attending Teachers College, Columbia University in the fall to pursue an MA in Education and Sociology within the department of Education Policy and Social Analysis.
Sunday, July 22 Nicole Pauling
Guest Speaker and UUCY member
Sunday, July 29 John Terlazzo
Guest Speaker and UUCY Member with Voices In The Hall
John Terlazzo is a poet, painter, singer/songwriter, storyteller, World Citizen and member of the UUCY. In addition to his sermon, John will offer 4 original songs apropos to the topic, accompanied by his band, Voices in the Hall - Kristina Machusick on flute and vocals, Paul Wegmann on lead guitar and vocals, JD Stillwater on percussion, and John, himself, on vocals, guitar & Indian harmonium.
Sunday, August 5 "Peace is Our Religion"
Shawn Fink, Guest Speaker and UUCY Member
Can we imagine a world that is filled with peace? Even in these times? Through bold and courageous action, we can all create a more peaceful, unified world by remembering to use peace as a tool in our everyday lives. That is the mission of UUCY's Peacemaker Camp. Join us for a peaceful service led by the Peacemakers Camp founders Myra Toms and Shawn Fink.