Unitarianism came about when people rejected the trinity and said that there’s just one thing. It was a release, a letting go of the weight of centuries of dogma. Two hundred or so years ago, in an individualistic and rational context, our Unitarian forebears said no to something. Even for me as a kid in the 1980s, describing what we were as UUs was often actually describing what we weren’t. The focus was on leaving something behind.
Well, sometimes it has felt like we’re missing something. This Sunday at 10:30, we explore this journey of finding wholeness, of discovering or rediscovering the fullness of what brings meaning, depth and richness to life. Having let go of the three trinitarian things (unless you’re a trinitarian unitarian), I will ask, what are your three things, or five things? In these times, what makes us whole? You’re welcome to send me your first thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Services Zoom Link
Time: Feb. 21st, 2021 10:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 493 104 141
Phone In via: 647-374-4685
The YouTube livestream of the Service will also be available to subscribers to the UCM channel:
Please be aware our livestream is public. Although it is unlikely for you to appear, if you want to ensure you are not visible please keep your video off during the service.
I look forward to being with you on Sunday.