Tuesday, November 26, 2013

T-shirts with the message of Universalism and Peace

$20 to benefit the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists.
To order, contact Committee Chairperson Vic Sadot [vic.bfuu.sjc@gmail.com] [www.vicsadot.com].
Help promote the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and the Social Justice Committee! Buy and wear an Social Justice T-shirt! We have Purple & Black T-Shirts in Men and Women styles, 100% Cotton, "Made in the USA" at a Union Shop, and produced by Alliance Graphics in Berkeley.
Available at the Hal Carlstad Social Justice Center, Mon-Fri, 1:30 to 5pm, located in the Fireside Room on the 2nd floor of the BFUU Building at 1606 Bonita Ave. in Berkeley.
Visit the BFUU Social Justice page [www.bfuu.org/events/social-justice], like our Facebook page [www.facebook.com/berkeleyfellowshipuu], and participate in the Berkeley Fellowship Monthly Open Mic every Second Friday, with Sign-up for performers at 6:30pm and performances at 7pm.
We hold our Unitarian Universalist congregation every Sunday, at 10:30am [www.bfuu.org]. We are a dynamic community that presses for Peace and Social Justice, gathering on the First & Third Sundays of the month at 12:30pm in the Benjy Room at 1606 Bonita Ave. in Berkeley, with a "Partners for Justice" program to link up many of the groups that we work with on justice issues. Subscribe to our Rise Up email list by sending a request to [bfuusjev-subscribe@lists.riseup.net].

Front: "BERKELEY FELLOWSHIP OF UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS" and "Spirituality & Social Justice in the Heart of Berkeley". Back: "HISTORIC FELLOWSHIP HALL - Home of the Social Justice Committee & The Hal Carlstad Social Justice Center" (with our web address), and the "Union Made" symbol.

Left to right: Cynthia Jean Johnson, Vic Sadot, Gene Herman, Carol Ann Amour, and Gail Penso. The photo on the wall above Gene is Hal Carlstad, the late-legendary activist for the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists and namesake for the justice center founded on June 1, 2012. Photo taken by Katrina Martin.

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