We will be visiting our friends at the UU Fellowship of Mankato!
The place where we worship is the ancestral land of many bands of Dakota People, land never ceded and then lost when treaties were violated and physical violence ensued, land where Dakota people continue to live and work and love. It is also the land of several generations of European-Americans, of some of you whose families journeyed here with the promise of opportunity from which they were cutoff in their countries of origin. And here is the place where want and fear and betrayal brought war and death. How do we reconcile to this past? To what must we admit in order to heal? What truth must be told, what pain must be held, so that we might be good relations?
Our space is virtual, but our worship is real, vital, and life-sustaining.