Worship on Sunday, November 20, with Rev. Jennifer Johnson – “What’s Transient and Permanent Now?”

In 1841, Unitarian minister Theodore Parker preached one of the most famous sermons in our tradition: “The Transient and Permanent in Christianity.” In it, he argues that the forms, doctrines and expressions of religion are transient–forever changing. Only divine truth is permanent, even as we fail to fully grasp that truth. One hundred and eighty years later, our Unitarian Universalist movement is considering revisions to our modern day doctrines and expressions–what we commonly call our principles and purposes. In today’s service we’ll examine the changes that our faith is undergoing and lift up the values that endure.

This is a hybrid worship service. Please join us in the sanctuary or by ZOOM: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/8261399470
Or via phone: +1 646 876 9923 Meeting ID: 826 139 9470
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