Services at 9:15 & 11:00
Making space for the mystery to move in our lives is a radical act of trust. To find that balancing act between what is practical to do now and practicing non-attachment to outcomes moves this act from trust to faith. Gather with us for a service that invites us to identify how we might let go and let mystery move in our lives.
Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd
Unitarian Universalism is a faith that invites us to live in the tension between being present to the world as it is and organizing to bring about the world as it could be. But as with any effort, we Unitarian Universalists are far from perfect and over centuries, systems of White Supremacy have allowed UUs to fail to embrace the diversity and multiculturalism of community our living tradition envisions. Join guest preacher, Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd, for a story-based worship service of the opportunities, failures, and successes the Unitarians, Universalists, and now Unitarian Universalists have had in engaging Black Americans in the faith we share.