February 4 & 5 – “Willing to Be Changed by What You Started“ *Sermon Only*

Unitarian Universalism describes itself as a living tradition: a faith capable of evolving as the needs of the world change, and as our own understanding of what justice and love demand of us grows. Even the touchstones most frequently used to describe our religion—the Seven Principles — have been changed and rewritten over time. Now we are in the midst of considering, as a movement, a new potential revision. Join us for a service in which we’ll consider what it means to hold a faith with the resilience to change, and examine the new wording that may become a new touchstone for us, if approved by our congregations over the next two years. On Saturday, Teen Choir will sing. On Sunday, Choristers & Cherub Choirs will sing.

*Due to technical difficulties, we were not able to capture this service on video. Rev. Kelly Asprooth-Jackson re-recorded his sermon at a later date.


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