The 7 UU Principles and "U"

Delivered By
Karen Van Fossan et al
Delivered On
December 3, 2017

December 3, 2017
A Community Conversation

Every Sunday, we reference the Seven Principles printed on the back of your order of service. They guide our congregation and the greater UU community. In fact, for the next two years, UUs around the world are invited by the Unitarian Universalist Association to re-imagine the Seven Principles: Is seven enough? Too many? Are we saying it all? Saying too much? In this seven-month series, our local UU Program Team would like to hear from you: What do the Principles mean to you? Which one has impacted you the most? What would you change if you could? 

We're kicking off the Seven Principles discussion series on December 3rd with the Sixth Principle: "The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all." If you are interested in participating in a discussion on one of the Seven Principles, please get in touch with Claire Lowstuter, Janis Cheney, Liz Anderson, or Karen Van Fossan. We look forward to collaborating with you!

Video version: