Unitarian Universalism’s 3rd Principle affirms and promotes a mature and engaged spirituality. What does it mean to grow spiritually? What does a mature spirituality look like? The service will investigate.
Speaker: Rev. Abhi Janamanchi Senior Minister Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church
“The opposite of ‘racist’ isn’t ‘not racist.” It is ‘antiracist,” writes Dr. Ibram X. Kendi in his groundbreaking book How To Be An Anti-Racist. How do we become anti-racist as individuals and as a religious community? How are we proactively acting to dismantle systemic racism, and to implement policies that will measurably increase equity, and … read more
We take great pride in being a majority-minority county. We have 170 cultures with 162 languages spoken in our public schools and 44 percent of our residents are foreign-born or live with parents who are foreign-born. But to benefit from the extraordinary gifts that come with diversity, we need to go beyond “celebrating” diversity and learn to engage with it. Come … read more