March 19th: “Trouble on the Frontier”

The scandalous story of the Rev. Ephraim Nute, Unitarian missionary, and his church, to save “Bleeding Kansas” from slavery.  Abolition, the Underground Railroad, prison, a near-lynching, and the foundation of their church turned into a fort – this story has it all!  Unitarians and Universalists share a long history of social justice and reform.  What can we learn from our forebears about our work for today? Service begins at 10:15am.