At the core of our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition is our practice of covenant-making. It invites us to identify our shared values and collectively decide how we wish to be with one another. How might this look in our own faith community?
Long championed by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a vision of the Beloved Community energizes our social justice organizing. In a time of deep divisiveness and mistrust, is this vision still viable?
As our nation continues to grapple with systemic racism and the hidden history most of us were never taught, what can we learn from one of the most painful chapters in the history of race relations in our own faith tradition?
Love is asking us to live our values, be hospitable and inclusive for liberation, restore and repair, and most importantly Side With Love. This Sunday’s worship service will feature stirring music, deep-hearted reflection, and moving testimonies.