In the final service of this series, the Lifespan Religious Education Committee will explore two more tools of our faith and the values involved in serving our community. We will take opportunities to reflect on the power each of us has to seek truth, the power to question the status quo, the power to speak out against injustice, and the power to band together with others who share our values and goals to make a difference for what is good and just. To use that power in an impactful way, we must listen, a quality of our Unitarian Universalist faith that takes practice to master.
The 3rd Sunday Share-the-Plate benefits BRUU’s Community Assistance Fund.
Topics: Video recording