“War and Remembrance”

In The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, the Czech novelist, Milan Kundera, writes that “the struggle of humanity against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.” And that is what Memorial Day is about, if it is to be in any sense a “religious” holiday: the struggle of memory against forgetting.  How shall we remember those who have fallen in battle without glorifying war?  Because the Fellowship won’t be having a service on May 26th, we’ll take time this Sunday to reflect on the true purpose of Memorial Day: to honor the fallen, heal the wounded, and work for peace. 

Following this service we will have our Annual Meeting and Election. The Annual Meeting will also include a Volunteer Recognition, organized by the Member Services Team. We will be highlighting and honoring all of the incredible work that our amazing volunteers do for our Fellowship, and we hope you’ll join us in expressing our gratitude!


For information about attending in person, links to Zoom login info, Sunday’s Order of Service, Online Giving and more click here –> linktr.ee/uulacrosse