The Harry Potter books continue to reveal the importance and legacy of stories and their tellers in the lives of the spirit. It is simultaneously true that Harry’s story has supported the work of justice, antiracism, and spiritual sustenance for millions, and that their author, JK Rowling, has expressed views, especially about transgender people, that many find abhorrent. How do we as people of the UU Principles read and respond to these texts and their impact and legacy? Today we’ll ponder these questions as a test case to examine how our Principles live out their impact in the world.
Service Leader: Scott Miller
Worship Associate: Eric Fischer
Music: Gage Purdy & The Choir
Pianist: Roger Corman
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