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Encountering who we truly are as a community of faith requires an honest reckoning with our past. Unitarian Universalists have not always been on the right side of history or on the side of love for everyone, but there’s hope for us yet. See you at worship for a service of how courageous honesty about our mistakes is necessary for building a more just and beloved future.
Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd, MEd, is a Master Credentialed Religious Educator. He is a doctoral candidate at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education studying Organizational Change and Leadership. Greg loves to dance and to spend time with the special young people in his life. He also serves as the Director of Research and Innovation for More Than Sex-Ed, a Greater LA-based sexuality education collective that brings the UUA- and United Church of Christ comprehensive sexuality education curriculum, Our Whole Lives, to schools, home school groups and the greater community.
Speaker: Gregory C. Carrow-Boyd
“Courage of Conviction” (Volunteer Recognition)
Trying to create change in the world requires stepping into the unknown. This Sunday we celebrate the courage involved in both dreaming about and creating the world we hope to live in.
Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss
April Theme: Theological Reflection
Our theme for worship in the month of April is theological reflection. Theological reflection is an essential process to identify first principles, clarify values, take seriously that which we do not believe, explore those ideas that make us uncomfortable and/or challenge us, and ensure that our beliefs are life enhancing. As Rilke said, sometimes it is necessary to live the questions in order to experience the answer on some distant day. Theological reflection is a life-long endeavor.
May Theme: Courage