Michael Servetus is famous in some very small circles as one of the founding thinkers of the Unitarian tradition. He also believed that if people could only sit down and talk out their differences, all things could be resolved in the end. That particular foolishness and faithfulness led to his death during the Protestant Reformation, but his influence and story continue to resonate even today.
RE classes will meet as usual. Childcare for children 3 and under will be available.
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