Our Message and Beyond Congregations

If Unitarian Universalism is called to engage people in settings other than congregational life, then our message becomes all the more important.

I have posted a big chunk of my sermon from yesterday because I am trying to define our top level message as it would be heard by people who are not familiar with us.  What is it that every person should know about what Unitarian Universalism wants them to do with their lives?


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