SUNDAY, June 2, 2019 at 11:00 am
Renewing a Moral Democracy
Rev. Marti Keller
Eleanor Roosevelt wrote that "at a time when the whole world is in turmoil and thousands of people are homeless and hungry, it behooves all of us to reconsider our political and religious beliefs in an effort to clarify in our minds the standards by which we live."
Our own faith movement, the Unitarian Universalist Association, is currently engaged in studying and then drafting a statement of conscience on The Corruption of Our Democracy, with democracy being not mearly a means but an end in itself, an ethical ideal, a moral and spiritual way of relating to one another, both within our congregations and society at large.
Service Leader: Mary Teslow
Greeters: Diana & John Fraser
Musicians: Synergy: Carla Woodmansee,
Sarah Hawkins & Jonathan Wilkes
Media: Gene Brown , Flowers: Henry Horton
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