Sarah’s Thanksgiving

The United States was divided into friend and foe, and many were heartsick. It was 1863, and the Unitarian editor of a popular magazine wrote an editorial begging President Lincoln for a national holiday so that “every one who claims the name of American, wherever he may be—in the old world or the new, on the land or on sea—unite to commemorate the day.” Come join us online for our annual bread communion and to learn more about Sarah’s vision for a day of thanks.