“You gotta sin to be saved,” the old blues song goes. Good thing, since all of us occasionally do things that deliberately hurt others or ourselves, or we stray from our best intentions. Sin is one word that ably describes this condition. Unfortunately sin too often refers to permanently offending the divine being (which can’t be done), or having an inherently corrupt nature (an abominable notion). What is the UU use of this word? Can it help us on our path? Just what does it mean to be “saved” anyway?!?
Service Leaders: Rev. Chris Bell, Nancy Hargis, Susan Panttaja
Special Music by: LUNA