Becoming Human, Again and Again
DRUUMM Worship and Fundraiser
May 19th, 2021
8:30 PM Eastern/ 5:30 PM Pacific
RSVP http://bit.ly/may19druumm to join the congregation via Zoom or watch our livestream online
Rev. Mitra Rahnema, Guest Preacher
Joshua Long and Nicole Rumeau, Musical Artist
It’s easy to become so overwhelmed by the tragedies of the day that we no longer feel human. We must find ways to return to our present human experience; becoming a softer and stronger human, again. This worship will lift up the DRUUMM community and explore the journey toward our human-ness. All are invited and welcome to experience, return, and give to the DRUUMM BIPOC community. We look forward to being with you in worship.
Our DRUUMM Worship & Fundraiser will model our values of intergenerational, multiracial, sacred space. We are delighted to have the Reverend Mitra Rahnema return as our guest preacher.
Rev. Mitra previously served as DRUUMM Vice President, and is the editor of the 2017 book Centering: Navigating Race, Power, and Authenticity in Ministry. She will be joined by Joshua Long, a songwriter and worship leader who is Director of Music Ensembles at the UU Church of Annapolis and Nicole Rumeau who is a soprano who specializes in classical, jazz, and gospel music and sings regularly including at All Souls Unitarian Church in Washington, DC. Joshua is was recently a part of our Sunday Suppers program.
For more information, please contact DRUUMM Administrator Dawn Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.