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This month many celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and many will enter into February to celebrate Black History Month. Join us as Yvette McDonnell, Seminarian returns to share her story about Planting Seeds and Getting into Good Trouble inspired by the documentary: John Lewis: Good Trouble. In the spirit of the African American tradition, our guest speaker Yvette encourages participation from all who have come to gather. Join us in Fellowship this Sunday!

Join Us At The UUFLB For Another Hybrid Service!
* You Can Come To The Fellowship In Person (masks requested)
* Or Join By Zoom!
Meeting ID: 860 2815 5778
Password: 163358
Meet & Greet at 10:45am and after the service!


ABOUT THE UUFLB:  Located in Laguna Beach, California, we strive to be a dynamic and growing fellowship, diverse in age, ethnicity, and perspective; to provide for the spiritual, intellectual, and social needs of the congregation; and to contribute to the needs of the community and the world in accordance with Unitarian Universalist principles.

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About Yvette:  Yvette McDonnell is Seminarian in her last semester at Starr King School for the Ministry. She is the actualization of her ancestor's dreams. Yvette's spiritual formation is rooted in African spirituality, ancestral knowledge, and earth and goddess-based intuitive healing. She is connected with all beings in the material world and the other worlds that exist; the dream world, the world where our ancestors have passed, and everything in between. Yvette's ministry is grounded in relational and social justice- Which she profoundly believes is spiritual work. Yvette appreciates the offerings of Yielbongura, a Dagara word that means 'the thing that knowledge can't eat.' This word suggests that the life and power of certain things depend upon their resistance to the categorizing knowledge that human beings apply to everything. In Western reality, there is a clear split between the spiritual and the material, between religious and secular life. Yvette believes her liberation is working in spaces creating realities that do not exist yet, which allows her to plant seeds for future generations.