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Women's History Month invites us to explore the ways extraordinary women and everyday communities have cast off the oppressive limitations placed on them by wider society based on their gender. This liberation work takes many forms today as we collectively pursue gender justice, and this week we explore how grounding ourselves in historical celebrations of transcendence can help us get our bodies and spirits more free.
Shari Halliday-Quan, Ministerial Intern
Rev. Alyson Jacks, Associate Minister
Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister
Gino Fortunato, Reflection: Why I Give
Sam King, Worship Associate
Reiko Oda Lane, organ
Ariel Andrew, soprano
Dr. Mark Sumner, Music Director
Carrie Steere-Salazar, welcome
Laurence Pulgram, AOF Co-Chair
Natalie Shuttleworth, video camera
Jonathan Silk, Podcasting, OOS, Livestream, Videos
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