As a small association of congregations, it can be easy to assume that the Unitarian Universalist Association does not “really matter.” But historically, we have always made a difference – even with our small numbers. The same is still true today. As a Congregational Life Consultant for the MidAmerica Region of the UUA, Sharon Dittmar regularly observes the difference our congregations make in the world, and in people’s lives. In today’s evolving political landscape, this is particularly important. Today she will share thoughts about what we UU’s do well, and what we can do better for our faith and for our communities. She will also reflect on the important role Heritage has to play in these times. Sharon is the former senior minister of the First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati.
Worship Associate: Chris Whittaker.