Monthly Theme: Covenant September 29: The Importance of Our Unitarian and Universalist Faith Rev. Mark Kiyimba is a Ugandan Unitarian Universalist minister and activist for LGBT rights in Uganda. He founded and leads the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kampala, Uganda; the church runs an orphanage and a school for children infected with HIV/AIDS and who have lost parents to the disease. Isabella on piano …………………….. Sunday Service with free professional childcare[...]
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