That’s a misleading shorthand that people often use to describe Unitarian Universalism–a religion where we can believe anything we want. It’s understandable that these words come to mind, because in contrast to many religions, it’s true that Unitarian Universalism isn’t defined by a set of beliefs. What we each believe can be very different from others’ answers. But the search does require discipline and rigor–in fact, ours is quite a demanding spiritual community. Come see what you think.
Sermon: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Worship Associate: Steven Mashin
Special music: 9:30: Thomas Shoebotham, cello; 11:00: Veronika Agranov-Dafoe, piano
Follow along in the order of service: bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20220522.
Today there is only one in-person service, at 9:30, outside on the main patio. Masks are not required, but they are recommended for the sake of the most vulnerable among us.
At 11, we gather online only. Thank you for your understanding! We will be back to two in-person services next week. We gather via zoom: bit.ly/uucpa_service_11am. To watch the service live on our Facebook page, visit: www.facebook.com/uucpa/live_videos.
Topics: Religious Liberalism