When we moved here from Seattle with our two-year-old daughter in 2010, we wanted a community that shared our values of social justice, freedom of thought, and inclusion. We found all that and more at Second Unitarian. We felt instantly welcomed and knew we wanted to be a part of this thriving spiritual community. It just felt so different from other churches. We loved how this was a place that strives to serve as a beacon of compassionate citizenship. Now that we have a second daughter, we feel incredibly lucky to have this safe space where our children can ask their own questions and develop their unique spiritual selves. In these challenging days, Second Unitarian feels like home. It gives us hope.