Last May, at the request of Black Lives of UU, we held our first White Supremacy Teach-In. We will reflect and learn more and also hear about our responses to critical questions from last Spring’s Teach-In.
It is possible that over a half-million US residents identify strongly with Unitarian Universalism. Where are they? What is it that keeps us from sharing our faith, inviting people to join us and generally tooting our own religious horn?
In 2004, the Reverend Carlton Pearson, a Bishop in the African-American Pentecostal tradition, was declared a heretic by his peers. His heresy? He renounced his belief in Hell. We will hear what happened after that and why it matters to us!
What does it mean to be a people of courage? That’s not the courage of an individual alone, but the courage of a group! Especially in these challenging times, what is essential to our personal and shared courage?