Sermons by Rev. Everett Howe
Throughout our history, Unitarian Universalists and our spiritual ancestors have fought for justice, sometimes by building bridges across divisions and sometimes through direct conflict. In this service we’ll explore the tension between these two approaches to how a “gentle, angry people” can build beloved community in the face of oppression. *Please note: this service was only on Zoom due to the weather conditions on 8/20 in Southern California.