Who are UUs: Remembering, Identity, and Community

Sunday, August 15, 2021 at 10 AM

A virtual service led by Melissa Jeter and Worship Associate Lori Mirkin-McGee.

Who are Unitarian Universalists?  We bring ourselves to this faith with many different experiences. So, we interpret Unitarian Universalism through a variety of lenses. The symbols we use, the stories we tell, the information we gather from various sources, and the narratives about our faith ancestors as well as theologians convey meanings about our identity and community. In this sermon, seminarian Melissa Jeter will use symbols, stories, as well as narratives about faith ancestors and ideas from current theologians to re-member identity and community in Unitarian Universalism.

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