Join Louise Lawarre as she explores her journey of learning, understanding, and managing the complexity of the UUA’s anti-racism/anti-oppression processes, including the proposed 8th Principle and the pending Article II revisions. How has she held in love the voices for change and the voices of concern about some of the processes? How might her journey help Heritage members hold space for their own thoughts and for the different ideas of others? And how might we all answer the invitation to be part of the journey?
Our Choir will sing for us today. After the service, there will be a community conversation—facilitated by Bill Gupton and Laci Lee Adams—to allow for questions, and for processing Louise’s message.
Worship Associate: Rev. Bill Gupton.