Sunday Service with UUUF
“Immigrant Economic and Food Insecurity and Keeping Families Together”
with John Barry
Immigrants have particular struggles when it comes to financial security and the legal process. Constant changes in immigration from administration to administration can quickly change an immigrant’s trajectory and could lead to financial problems, homelessness, food insecurity, and victimization. These issues can exacerbate issues like domestic violence and human trafficking. Efforts to keep families together are challenged by delays in the legal system and a lack of humane options. John Barry, an attorney with the Orlando Center for Justice, is firmly committed to OCJ’s goal of providing expert and affordable legal representation to our country’s newcomers.
We called the Reverend Tracie Barrett to accept a position as part-time minister to UUUF, thus adding to our lay-led tradition the skills and experiences of the Unitarian Universalist ministry. As always, our services, topics, and speakers vary greatly from one service to another so we invite you back to experience the full breadth of our services.