UNIVERSALISM THEN & NOW
Service Leaders: Rev. Chris Bell, Rev. Dara Olandt, Andrew Hidas
Music by: Sadie Sonntag & the Choir; Roger Corman
Share the Basket: RECOURSE mediation services
Wise people of all traditions have figured out that whatever our cultural or historical circumstances, we are all of equal value from the perspective of divine love. Christian Universalism in America, from which our contemporary Unitarian Universalism was born, preached this message and gave us the phrase “the inherent worth and dignity of all people.” Come learn more about this wonderfully open-minded and open-hearted side of our faith, and how its teachings are more needed then ever in our painfully divided world.