Soul Matters theme for May: Pluralism

Pluralism is also listed as a UU value in the proposed changes to Article II of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Bylaws, Principles and Purposes.

According to the definition proposed in Article II, pluralism means: We celebrate that we are all sacred beings diverse in culture, experience and theology. We covenant to learn from one another in our free and responsive search for truth and meaning. We embrace our differences and commonalities with Love, curiosity, and respect.

What does pluralism mean to you? Join Tera Kirk and JoAnne Draper for an After Hour discussion on pluralism on the last Sunday in May (May 26th). We’ll meet downstairs at 11:45; After Hour is an in-person only event. These discussions are very casual, so don’t be shy!