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Membership Starts at $15/year | Group Memberships at $300/year
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Shine on Beautiful & Resilient People

Join us virtually for our DRUUMM Public Worship on Thursday, May 11th, 2023 at 8:00 PM Eastern. Featuring our guest preacher Rev. Katie Romano Griffin, music director Amanda Thomas and the DRUUMM Choir, Rev. Dr. Kristen Jewett Harper and more.
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Our Purpose & Strategic Direction

We are a front door for people new to the faith and a spiritual home that nourishes and retains people of color in our liberal religious tradition.
Read our Statement of Purpose & Strategic Direction

Upcoming Events

Getting Free Together: A Celebration of Love and Ancestors 

This transformative event, titled Getting Free Together  will be a homecoming and a celebration of Love and Ancestors, and provide an opportunity for reflection on our rich history and a hopeful outlook towards the future. Please RSVP at for the Zoom link.

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Upcoming Events

Elder Spiritual Odyssey with Taquiena Boston

DRUUMM members are invited to a unique and sacred gathering with Taquiena Boston who will be sharing her spiritual odyssey. We believe in the power of sharing, passing down wisdom, and connecting our generations. Join us for an intimate, BIPOC-only evening as we form a circle to hold and witness the stories of one of our elders.

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Upcoming Events

Fall Caucus: Multiracial & Families of Color (virtual) 

 This gathering offers a unique opportunity to connect with fellow Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, fostering an environment of exploration, active listening, and integration of new insights into our individual and collective spiritual and religious journeys.

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Meet the Executive Committee

Esperanza Garza-Danweber

Tomi Fatunde
1st Vice President

Sangye Hawke
2nd Vice President

Kate Goka

Michelle Matula-Venegas

DRUUMM Gallery

View photos of our DRUUMM activities and pictures shared by members of their lives in Unitarian Universalism.

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