Love, Again and Again

Unitarian Universalists have long resisted claiming any one thing that could define the heart of our movement. And yet, like a black hole that can only be observed by shiny-bright stardust swirling around it, or by stretch marks left in space-time by a pregnant Universe, we can feel its presence. Let’s give it a name, knowing that there are both pros and cons to putting a label on the galaxy of experiences that we wish for ourselves and the world.

2 Responses to “Love, Again and Again

  1. I can see that becoming a Unitarian Universalist is really for me. Your group checks all the boxes for what I personally believe in. I have never attend a service & would like to next Sunday, May 22nd. I’d like to confirm this is the right path for me.

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