Making Meaning Together (November 10, 2019)

We rightly celebrate our Unitarian Universalist congregations as spaces where each of us — theists, agnostics, atheists, Humanists, Pagans, Buddhists, and more — can freely explore our individual spiritual journeys and theologies.  While this personal freedom remains a vital part of what we offer as a non-creedal and inclusive faith tradition, this freedom often comes at the expense of avoiding the difficult work of navigating the conflicts inherent in this spiritual diversity.    Together this Sunday, we’ll explore the importance of addressing those conflicts by creating space for collective meaning making.