In November most people look forward to gathering around the family table in celebration of the American Holiday of Thanksgiving. How accurate are the stories that we learned as children about the first harvest feast held in 1621 from the reality of that day? How can we honor both family traditions and memories of native people?
Rev. Addae Kraba is the Minister to the Unitarian Universalists of New Braunfels in Texas.
This is the third sermon in our 10-part sermon series “Listening to Black Preachers,” featuring Black UU preachers from all over the country. Our preachers are invited to speak on any topic of their choosing.
Worship link: (here)
How to view our worship services online using Zoom (link)
Topics: Listening to Black Preachers