If you would like to view this service, please contact [email protected].
One of the hallmarks of Unitarian Universalism is independence of thought and theology. Our 4th Principle encourages us as individual UUs to engage in the process of a free (aka independent) and responsible search for truth and meaning.
Congregational polity in our denomination underscores independent functioning at the church level. And even nations function independently, as evidenced in 2002 by the Canadian Unitarian Council formally becoming a separate entity from the UUA.
Amidst all this separateness, the issues for which we advocate and the values we attempt to embody remain constant. On this Sunday Rev. Lori widens the circle by blending her voice with those of Canadian UUs, whose messages remind us of the interdependence of our collective mission and Principles.