One of the hallmarks of Unitarian Universalism is the conviction that deeper wisdom and understanding will make us more free and fulfilled. All of the leaders of today’s service have recently engaged in “Beloved Conversations,” believing that understanding racism so that we can help end it is essential to our personal and spiritual development. It has affirmed their faith that even when the truth is said to be painful, it frees us to live more joyfully.
This program, developed at Meadville Lombard Theological School, centers the spiritual needs of people of color, while operating from the deep conviction that racism and the cultural impact of white supremacy hurt everyone. Today we share some of the wisdom and joy of this experience, in time for you to register for the spring program if you wish.
Worship leaders: Sally Ahnger, Brooke Bishara, Linda Henigin, Kristi Iverson, Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern, and Karen Skold
Special music: Four Shillings Short
Follow along in the order of service: bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20220206.