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Post date: Aug 25th 2016

Our Shared Offering for September 18 will go to Capitol Area CASA Association – CASA is Court Appointed Advocates for Children. Children need to do more than simply survive. They deserve to thrive in the safety and love of a family.

Post date: Jul 26th 2016

      Our July service projects at St.

Post date: Jun 29th 2016

    Together Baton Rouge is looking for volunteers for the Mobile Pantry in Scotlandville. It is scheduled for July 9, 2016 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 1565 Curtis Street, Baton Rouge 70807.

Post date: May 30th 2016

      There have been lively discussions in the Reproductive Justice sessions. Thanks to everyone that participated.

Post date: Apr 27th 2016

Reproductive Justice series continues, led by Holley Haymaker and Clyde Johnson, Tuesday nights, May 10, 17, and 24th, 7pm, in the Fellowship Hall.

Post date: Mar 30th 2016

     The Reproductive Justice curriculum, led by Holley Galland Haymaker and Clyde Johnson, will begin April 26th and continue on May 3, 10, 17, and 24th, 7pm in the Fellowsh

Post date: Feb 27th 2016

     Together Baton Rouge had its second meeting to launch a campaign called “We the people”. We the people is hopefully a more effective way for community participation.

Post date: Jan 28th 2016

     The dates have been set for group discussions of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, the UU "Common Read" for 2015-2016.  Discussions will take place on Mondays February 29, March 7, 14, and 21 at 6:30 pm in the church office. 

Post date: Jan 28th 2016

     The Reproductive Justice movement has expanded the pro-choice movement from a focus on abortion issues that marginalizes poor women and women of color to encompass a much broader scope of wo

Post date: Jan 1st 2016

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Bobby Thompson, Director of Social Justice