Lessons From Our Ancestors

Our Unitarian and Universalist ancestors built theology and worked in the world in ways that shifted norms and shaped our present. When we listen most intently to their words and their work, how can it shape our faith and work today? What should we learn from and not repeat? How can we live into our best possibility for Unitarian Universalism today?


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